Kittens, for science

Need some cheer of the feline variety? Meet the Scientist Kittens.

"This is my bowl. It was made for me." — Darwin
(Screenshot by Michelle Starr/CNET Australia)

Need some cheer of the feline variety? Meet the Scientist Kittens.

Darwin, Newton, Einstein and Tesla were born to stray mum Marie on 21 July at an animal shelter, before being transferred to foster-carer John Bartlett. And Bartlett did the best thing possible (aside from giving the new family a safe, warm home and habitat): he set up a 24/7 live camera.

We've been watching the kittens for a few weeks now, from bundles of fur that do nothing but eat and sleep to rambunctious pounce-monsters, as Marie slowly puts on healthy weight.

(Credit: The Critter Room)

Go visit the live stream here, and go here to add the Scientist Kittens to Facebook.

Disclaimer: CNET Australia will not be held responsible for any squealing, giggling or decline in productivity that may emerge from the resulting kitten addiction.

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About the author

Michelle Starr is the tiger force at the core of all things. She also writes about cool stuff and apps as CNET Australia's Crave editor. But mostly the tiger force thing.


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