My cat is pregnant after a miscarriage ? Updated

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One more all black coming out fast
 
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None of them crying but moving around
 
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Nvm just little noises
 
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They are coming out in pairs 4 black ones 2 orange ones
 
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First 2 were born within minutes together the 3rd one by itself 4/5 born both orange within a second from earth other she has 2 runts. I don’t have anything to weigh them 2 of them are having a hard time nursing
 
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I have all 3. I was told within an 1-2 hour if they are not nursing I should start to hand feeding them.
 

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Yes, that is correct. Watch the syringe feeding video link I gave you in the meantime.
 
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Yes, that is correct. Watch the syringe feeding video link I gave you in the meantime.
I watch it, and saved it. They all seem to be nursing now, expect mama tries to mom to clean herself or babies and one or two end up letting go nipple I’m going to keep an eye on them from afar for a few hours to make sure then I’m going to have to go to pet smart for a few more items for babies and mama. She like a close off basket as a bed so I’m going to look for a small
 

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Sounds good so far! If the little guys are still nursing when the big guys fall asleep, try moving them to the forward nipples (closer to her head). Those have more milk and usually the strongest kittens get those nipples. If she'll let you, of course.
 
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She just had another black kitten. I noticed 8 nipples I hope that was the last one. She ate every single placenta except the last one. Then she delivered one that wasn’t fullterm
 

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Eww, that's kind of creepy! I suppose it just didn't develop. I don't think they can conceive another batch late in the pregnancy, although I know they can have 2 batches a few days apart.

What color is the presumed daddy cat? Probably black, I'm thinking.
 
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Sounds good so far! If the little guys are still nursing when the big guys fall asleep, try moving them to the forward nipples (closer to her head). Those have more milk and usually the strongest kittens get those nipples. If she'll let you, of course.
Both the black runt and orange runt the orange one has gotten the very top they so far are nursing well, an hour in half after the 5th she had the 6th and then the 7th that looks like the picture above no after birth yet
 
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Eww, that's kind of creepy! I suppose it just didn't develop. I don't think they can conceive another batch late in the pregnancy, although I know they can have 2 batches a few days apart.

What color is the presumed daddy cat? Probably black, I'm thinking.
Daddy cat is dark grey. She had all the placentas. But of course the 7th didn’t have one she hasn’t had afterbirth? Yet. If that’s what usually happens at the end so maybe more?
 

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The placenta is the afterbirth :). So if she had one placenta for each kitten that's good.

She must not carry the dilute gene, or some of the kittens would be gray like the dad. Knowing his color makes it kind of easy---all the orange ones are boys. The black ones could be girls or boys, we'll sort that out later :D.
 
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