Pregnant Cat Has Discharge.

Discussion in 'Pregnant Cats and Kitten Care' started by Tryme_08, Jun 19, 2017.

  1. Tryme_08

    Tryme_08 Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

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    Ok, so my cat is pregnant and had a little bit of discharge, it was pinkish in color didn't have an odor and was only a few drops. I did some research trying to see if anyone else had this issue, well turns out they had, but every forum thread I read never had a conclusion as to what happened to the cat, the only responses where ever "take the cat to the vet" and no information after that. Well I took my cat to the vet and here's what happened. We could see two kitten who appear to be alive although we could get a heart beat because of how they were turned, my cat does not have pyometra, and should be just fine as long as she keeps eating and drinking regularly, has not diarrhea or vomiting, or the discharge doesn't become worse. She is at least 45 days along lol, but the vet said we should be seeing kittens in the next 7 days.
     
  2. Sarthur2

    Sarthur2 Cat lady extraordinaire Staff Member Advisor

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    Cats usually have pinkish discharge in the days leading up to labor and delivery. It is the body getting ready to deliver the kittens. :)
     
  3. Tryme_08

    Tryme_08 Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

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    And thats what I was thinking, then a week passed and I got nervous lol, IM SO READY FOR KITTENS!
     
  4. Sarthur2

    Sarthur2 Cat lady extraordinaire Staff Member Advisor

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    It's tough waiting! Hang in there! :)
     
  5. talkingpeanut

    talkingpeanut TCS Member Top Cat

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    Have you gotten any kitten supplies yet? Now is a good time! You at least want kitten milk replacer (powdered by PetAg is great), a needleless syringe, and a scale to weigh daily.

    Can you keep mom inside and totally away from intact males? Do you plan to spay after this litter?
     

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