Thank you so much! I did do that in the basement , but maybe they are not private enough for her since I have other female cats !She is looking for a nest to have her babies in. Fix up a cardboard box with old towels or blankets that she can use. Since she evidently wants privacy, put it under that bed or in a closet that she will go into. Let her stay there and look in on her from time to time. Or, if you want, make several and let her choose which one she wants.
I don't have the most experience but I don't think they are supposed to have green/yellow discharge. Most of what I have read says to go to a vet if you see that. Did it smell at all?Hello, I’ve posted before. Our 3 year old cat hermione came back in the house 3 1/2 weeks ago . (She is an outdoor/indoor cat.)
When she came back in, she was already showing, nipples were big and we started feeling kittens move 2 1/2 - 3 weeks ago. Yesterday am, I noticed greenish yellow discharge coming out of her vagina. Cleaned it away, and noticed some dried discharge there today as well. She has been in and out of her nesting box , kneading it , purring lots, and loving the belly rubs. I can still feel kittens but down lower. Do you think she’s close ? If that was her mucus plug yesterday how much longer does she have ?? Thank you! Anxiously waiting momma .
Nope, no smell at all. The fresh stuff coming out was Definately more yellow/cream coloured but after it dried , looked a little dark yellow /greenI don't have the most experience but I don't think they are supposed to have green/yellow discharge. Most of what I have read says to go to a vet if you see that. Did it smell at all?
Thank you for posting that! But do you think it’s ok that it’s been 2 days since the discharge and still no labour ?From the article I posted for you in my post #2
"Don’t be surprised if you see a discharge coming out of the cat’s vulva in the hours before birth commences. This is the mucus plug leaving the birth canal."