On Saturday, Lucy Schultz of Denver, Colorado shared touching, intimate photos of her childbirth.
Well, not technically.
What she shared was a hilarious album of her pretending to give birth to the baby kitten she and her boyfriend Steven recently adopted.
The new mom wrote:
On 1/10/18 we welcome our first baby kitten, a neutered male DLH. He is 22" long and weighed 6 pounds 7 oz. He is already eating solid food. Name to be announced. We are so in love <3
A professional photographer herself, Shultz told Denver's 9News:
“So I’ve been thinking of this idea for a while because I’m totally a crazy cat lady who didn’t have any cats. So, I decided as soon as I got a cat, it’s a big milestone for me and sort of like the hallmark of me settling down and starting my menagerie of future cats, and so the first one is pretty special.”
Without further ado, here are some of their (mildly NSFW) photos:
The full set of 28 photos, taken by Elizabeth Woods-Darby, has, of course, gone viral. As of this writing, the album has been shared nearly 75K times.
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