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is everything alright with my pregnant cat?

Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by kiya, May 22, 2017.


  1. kiya

    kiya PetForums Junior

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    When my cat was 4 month old she accidently came under my brother's foot while playing...my brother's weight was 120 kg and after that she started bleeding from her urine..this problemproblem was solved and she came back to normal urination after certain medication ..now she is 1 year old and pregnant .she is has bcome 29 days pregnant today.so i am worried will her history affect her pregnancy...she is so playful and good..but i m concerned...
     

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    RottieMummy Run free at the bridge my darling x

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    If you're worried that her injury as a kitten could affect her pregnancy now then why did you breed her?
     
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  3. kiya

    kiya PetForums Junior

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    My friend left her tom cat to my house in my absence...if now shes pregnant then is there something to worry?? Till now she is fine but later i dont know if situation may change
     
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    If she had blood in her urine after the accident she could well have sustained pelvic injuries but no-one can tell that apart from a vet who's examined her.
    My advice is to take her to a vet urgently and ask about emergency spay which will involve taking the uterus, ovaries and kittens away..
    Did she see a vet after her accident ?
     
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    kiya PetForums Junior

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    Yes i have taken her to the vet.but here the region where i live has only one vet and the doctors are not good..no facilities for animal emergency
     
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    Have her spayed,. immediately.
     
  7. Serenity123

    Serenity123 PetForums Member

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    I would get her spayed, having a previous injury to her pelvis is not good especially to let her have a litter of kittens. Sadly you are risking her life as well as the kittens.
     
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  8. RottieMummy

    RottieMummy Run free at the bridge my darling x

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    If she was spayed then your friends tom cat coming into the house wouldn't have been an issue. There is absolutely no reason to let a female cat get to a year old still unneuteted. Most vets will do it around 4 months old, some younger, and even the old fashioned ones will do it at 6 months old.
     
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    This is why all my kittens will be neutered before rehoming x
     
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  10. kiya

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    She was not spayed..here the region where i live is not having much facilities for animals...only 1 vet is there ..that even so bad that how could i spay her...according to my experience the veterianarians here are not good..they are not proffesional in their work..
     
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    You asked for advice which was given. Unfortunately you seem unable to do what we've all suggested which is to get her spayed as a matter of urgency.
    I'm afraid none of us can reassure you that the injuries she sustained as a kitten will not make her birth trouble free, the chances are that she will have a difficult birth and she or the kittens could die without veterinary care.
    Is there a cat welfare organisation you could hand her over to., who would help her ?
     
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    I don't know where you are but I would be moving heaven and earth to get her to a vet who did know what he was doing, leaving her unneutered for a year is bad enough, risking her life is beyond that. None of us can tell you that she will be ok or not but I know if my girl had an injury to her pelvis she would not be getting bred from.
     
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  13. kiya

    kiya PetForums Junior

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    kiya PetForums Junior

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    But did the caserian section could help her at the time of labour..it might save both the life...plz tell?
     
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    If there are no vets near by who you trust, how will you get her to the vet for a c-section. These are usually emergencies and need to happen quick, but even with this there is always a risk to mommy cat
     
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    If you can trust the vet to do a section in an emergency you can trust the vet to neuter her. She's very high risk with having a previous injury.
     
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    I would be very concerned if what you have said above is actually correct.
    How on earth will you get the help you need if your poor girl does need help during labour .Did it not occur to you that if neutering was a dangerous thing to attempt due to a lack of decent vets surely needing a C-section is going to be damn near impossible.
    I would suggest you get your act together and find a vet who will neuter her now,even if that means travelling a fair distance
     
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    If you can't find a vet willing to spay can you find one who will do a cesarian?
     
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    I really don't think people appreciate how hard it is to find vet care in some countries, for many this involves flights and the kind of money the average resident simply doesn't have. So suggesting someone gets their act together is quite rude when we have the luxury of both money and easy access to vets.
     
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