National Geographic : 1992 Jul
44 Neatness never counts when seven- week-old kittens devour dinner (below), but a bath is always within paw's reach (right). Blue eyes first open at ten days and soon turn amber; spotted markings disappear in months. This family lived briefly in the enclosure, isolated from Catrina. Atiny snarl (following pages) illustrates an observation Hornocker made of Catrina's litter: "They were tame for their first two months, then, suddenly, they were wild animals."