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Discussion in 'Pregnant Cats and Kitten Care' started by Ladysnuggable, Mar 6, 2018.
Cats are so funny lol. Have you seen any discharge or contractions?
not yet, im so impatient but its cause i'm so excited D< lol sooooooon
I am impatient with every pregnant cat we get We have a pregnant feral that I can't touch that has looked like she was about to pop since the moment she arrived and that was over a week ago! I am dying! I want to touch her belly and feel the babies but I am positive she would rip my face off lol
Ive been lucky my momma kitty is super super sweet she was a coworkers outside feral he started feeding. As soon as he noticed shebwas pregnant he grabbed me and was like where do i bring her. I was like to my house
A different coworker is about to ahve a litter from their rescue the babies are from a calico mom and mixed with a saimese dad (so we believe) I'm super excited I'll be taking the babies to adopt out when old enough and said if any are pushed away from mom I'll take bottle baby duties. SO EXCITED D<
Today is the day! Jeremy woke me up when kitten n 1 was born! Appears to be all black kitten n2 black with a whitw stripe on the back of thr neck! Still in labor
We got a grey baby now
okay after the grey one she hasn't delivered another one once in a while she will still groan is she still in labor? This is our first litter born here so I'm unsure.
She may be. Time will tell. But cats can have after pains and feel sore and exhausted, just like human moms!
Are the babies nursing now?
Yeah i got her some wet food she ate a little and they followed. They are so cute. The grey one has white boots and white bits on his/her face
What do you mean the kittens followed?
I didnt feed her ti far from where they wrre and they wiggled their way over to her lol
I think shes done shes still a groaner but she's more mobile now. She is very attentive to them.
The kittens need to stay in the nest for now when mom gets up. Do you have them in a nest with sides like a box? The reason is because they need to stay warm. They are not able to regulate their own body temperature for the first 3 weeks.
Please post pics of the kittens when you have a chance, and continued good luck!
She is in an xxl dog kennel right now wirh lots n lots of blankets and a few hot packs
I am glad that all has gone well! Has she stopped groaning? Cats ovulate after mating so they can deliver younger kittens even days after the main litter. And like everyone else here, I am looking forward to photos
Shes stopped groaning I gave her an extra blanket this morning and put food near her told my boyfriend keep it toasty while I'm at Work! The grey one looks like he/she has a few stripes and one black is definitly a tux. Ill try to get a closer inspection tonight momma cats been very good and receptive to love so ill try to weigh the kittens tonight
I put some food in the cage shes uninterested. she seems tired. I had to move one of the kittens back to her he/she got behind momma. They are all curled up together im sure momma is very tired. Shes very quiet which si weird shes my biggest talker in the house.