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Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by celicababe1986, Jul 14, 2009.


  1. celicababe1986

    celicababe1986 PetForums VIP

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    Right I may be totally of my rocker here....probably just imagining it. I think I can still feel movement in Nala's tummy!!:eek:hmy:
    She delievered 2 kittens yesterday. The last one at 5.42 pm. Her tummy does not feel hard and she is completly settled with her babies?
    Is this just all her muscles contracting back?
    Thanks
     
  2. mypets

    mypets PetForums Senior

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    mmmm might wanna get her checked out, just to put your mind at ease...some cats do have a hugh break in between, lucky did..she had another 2 the next day...

    give your vets a call hun, and just keep an eye on her...
     
  3. bimbleweb

    bimbleweb PetForums Member

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    Definitely. It does happen, although it's not common. Hope Nala is OK x
     
  4. colliemerles

    colliemerles PetForums VIP

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    yes i have heard of it happpening to,as said above i would have a chat with the vet, good luck let us know what happens,:)
     
  5. Saikou

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    One of my queens delivered a kitten over 36 hrs after the rest of the litter. He was completely fine. Some times they can feel a bit "lumpy" afterwards, but if you have felt movement then it could well be another kitten. If you put your hand underneath her tum, and squeeze gently from both sides you should be able to easily feel a full term baby. It depends how big her tum is, much easier with tubey siamese and orientals maybe.
     
  6. bimbleweb

    bimbleweb PetForums Member

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    Any news? Hope she's ok x
     
  7. celicababe1986

    celicababe1986 PetForums VIP

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    Well what ever I could feel, i cant feel now. she is completly settled with her babies and eating and drinking fine. The vet said nothing to worry about, they can feel bumpy afterwards, but not concerned.
    thanks
     
  8. Cavalierlover123

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    any pics of ur kitties?? :D
     
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