Adopted a pregnant cat

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This is a very exciting thread! Very cute kittens - just adorable. I am so happy that you are safe along with your cat and her babies. Great job with everything - totally impressed. Not sure I would have had it all together myself! I will enjoy seeing you update this thread when you can. Really shocked that she was pregnant at adoption, but she totally ended up with the right person to take care of everything!!
Thank you so much!!! ❤ I know, I’ve sent an email to centre where I got her but I haven’t received an email as yet. When’s the earliest I can get her spaded? I just don’t want her being in this situation again!! Thanks again 😊
 
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They are so adorable - look at those tiny claws. We would love to help you with the genders. Love that gray and white one.
thank you!!
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Sorry not the best photos! But they all look the same like this 😊
 
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As for the 'cat flu', it is VERY common among kittens, but usually after their eyes open. Their eyes get really gunky and need to be cleaned. They recover much faster with an antibiotic eye salve from the vet, I just smeared a little along their closed eyes, right along the slit.
Just watch that all are gaining weight, especially little grey and white. Extremely precious!
Thank you so much for that information, all are gaining weight correctly and well!! They don’t have any discharge from nose nor eyes 🤞🏻 No panting or unusual breathing. I’ll be keeping an eye for sure. I wasn’t 100% if it was the litter I use for the mum, it’s quite a dusty litter so I thought maybe it could be when she’s used the tray and the particles are on her that it makes them sneeze 🤔
 

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She can get pregnant again within weeks. Mine had another litter when the first were only 10 weeks old. Make sure she stays inside and you could have her spayed when the kittens are being weaned, about ten weeks, or even a little later as long as she can't get to the males. A cat in heat is horrible though, they can't be quiet. You are an angel for taking care of her like this, thank you from the bottom of my heart!
 

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Awwww, those kittens are absolutely adorable! :redheartpump: Do you think you could send us a few pics of mom?
 
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