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Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by Holly BtoB, Nov 27, 2019.


  1. Holly BtoB

    Holly BtoB PetForums Junior

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    My pregnant queen has been doing lots of runny poos (sorry tmi!) and also doing them out of the litter tray which is really unusual for her and one in her nesting box I have set up for her. She’s in a warm secluded quiet place. Her nipples are also very white now.
    Can someone enlighten me about the poop situation as I’m slightly concerned :-/
     
  2. Rufus15

    Rufus15 ~ Orrono Maine Coons ~

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    Has her diet changed at all? How is she otherwise and how long has it been going on for?
     
  3. Holly BtoB

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    This is Nipple x

    no her diet hasn’t changed and for 2 days today is the second day x
     
  4. spotty cats

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    My girls all have a clear out within 24 hours of birthing, multiple times and over days would be unusual.
    In the nesting box would suggest to me she's not feeling well at all.
     
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  5. Holly BtoB

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    Yes that’s what I thought she must not be feeling great at all as she’s never really done this.

    maybe labour will be soon? She also seems very low today. Chirping away when I’m near her too


     
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    What breed is she?
     
  7. Holly BtoB

    Holly BtoB PetForums Junior

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    She is a British short hair
     
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    BF126F3F-CBFA-4F5E-944D-514885BBCCF1.jpeg This is where she likes to sit but she can’t get up or down so I have to put her there but now she doesn’t even want to sit here x
     
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    Have you asked your mentor if it's usual for the line?
     
  11. Holly BtoB

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    they have just said they think she is getting ready and to keep an eye on the poop as she’s either stressed or could be anxiety with the impending birth
     
  12. spotty cats

    spotty cats PetForums VIP

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    Hopefully she'll be ok. Is this your first litter?
     
  13. Holly BtoB

    Holly BtoB PetForums Junior

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    Her first yes
     
  14. OrientalSlave

    OrientalSlave Shunra Oriental Cats

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    Your first?
     
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  15. Holly BtoB

    Holly BtoB PetForums Junior

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    Not my first no, I have another lilac girl. first with this girlie. That’s why I am a bit worried about the poop as my other girl never did that but think we have improvement as she’s back to normal now on that front (tmi I apologise)
     
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