- Aug 3, 2020
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If she doesn't run away from you or flinch/shrink back when you try to touch her then she trusts you, so nothing to worry about there. The articles sarthur2 linked to should tell you most of what you need to know to prepare, but the main things you'll want are to make sure you have your vet's number handy in case of an emergency, and you may want to pick up some KMR just in case she has trouble nursing them or there are too many to nurse at the same time. In large litters the smaller Kittens often get pushed aside by the larger ones and may not survive unless you step in to help feed them.Okay thank you. I am afraid she may not show pain around us since she is stray and doesn't really trust us.