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Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by Seola, Apr 21, 2020.


  1. Seola

    Seola PetForums Newbie

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    #1 Seola, Apr 21, 2020
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  2. spotty cats

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    Not sure why you'd call her over knowing she'd cause trouble.

    Can't make out the photo but if you feel something is wrong or the kitten is injured then see the vet.
    Problems can happen in any litter, a deformity (Not injury) would have formed in the womb.

    And please spay your cat after this litter, no need for her to keep getting pregnant.
     
  3. Rufus15

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    Not understanding the mother thing either, surely the more sensible thing would be to keep her away.

    I agree with all @spotty cats has said
     
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