Kitten Knitter: Woman Makes Bibs For Bottle Babies

What's cuter than a weeks-old kitten? A weeks-old kitten in a tiny knitted bib, that's what.

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The cuteness is overwhelming. Via WVLT-TV
Anastasia Thrift

A woman in London County, Tennessee, is doing the impossible: making tiny, cute kittens even cuter.

Anna Moneymaker is knitting bibs for kittens eating from bottles, WVLT-TV reports. She fosters kittens and knows how messy the little ones can be, so she put adorbs little bibs on them. We are dying.
 

CUTENESS OVERLOAD:

Why are these kittens wearing bibs? Chynna Greene WVLT tells us why at 6 p.m. on Local 8 News. http://www.local8now.com/livestream

Posted by WVLT Local 8 on Thursday, July 13, 2017

 
“I basically went everywhere trying to look for a small bib so when I’m bottle feeding or giving them their medicine, they can catch it because I’m always trying to clean it up, and I couldn’t find anything,” Moneymaker told the news outlet.

“I haz a bib.” Via WVLT-TV

In 20 minutes, Moneymaker can knit three or four bibs. She keeps the lil’ kittehs in mind while knitting.

“In case I put the kitten down and they get into something, it just breaks away. I didn’t want to put a button on it or anything because they play pretty rough when they’re older,” Moneymaker told the news outlet.

We knew kitten cuteness was limitless — but we didn’t know how far it could be tested. Thank you for showing us!

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