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Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by Katinkia, May 22, 2010.
Is in her nesting box licking her lady bits. ooO Hope it's today! She was due yesterday.
Aww bless her, good luck then, hope it happens soon.
Good luck x
how exciting, keep us posted and good luck.xx
No news yet really but lots of licking and meowing. Hope she hangs on a couple more hours tbh. Then the kids will be in bed.
Im now terrified!
She in a basket lined with paper at the bottom of the bed.. and wont let me leave her. If I get up she follows me crying so I'm here for good now or untill my bladder explodes.
Please let the kitties be alright.. and Kitty Wit.. she looks so scared.
she will be fine but if she sees you stressed it will scare her
one kitten so far.. kitty seems to know what to do.. im putting on a brave face but the little kitten sqeaks are making me cry...
your doing great , and im sure mummy cat will do great too .. congrats on the one kitten so far :thumbup:
Little squeaks are normal and soooo sweet
ah big congrats hope all is going well keep us updated:thumbup:x
any more to report? hope youve managed to have a loo break!
No more kittens! Getting a bit worried although she seems happy.
What should I do?
congratulations, it was the most wonderful experience i've ever had, 1st time nanny to 5 kittens born on 17th april
Do nothing, unless she is actively straining for more than an hour with no sign of a kitten. It is entirely normal to have a break between kittens, even 24 hours or more. If she is content and the newborns are content, everything can safely wait until normal vet surgery hours on Monday morning.
OK she had another and it was a bit traumatic.
It kind of flobbed out she left it.My partner said it was a load of guff and to leave her to it but I was sure it was kitten sized guff so I grabbed it and gave it to her.. she was taking ages and it seemed to be in about 10 skins and I announced to my ashen faced bloke that it must be dead but then I grabbed it with a dishcloth and opened the sac and it breathed! Handed it straight back to kitty wit who took care of the rest.
Wonder if there will be more!
Newborns can cope without oxygen for longer than you might think. But yes, occassionally you do have to remove the sac if it's abnormally thick. Any more?
No more kittens. She seems happy and the kits are lively little things. Think she is done or there might be more?
aww bless, so how many kittens is there ?? how is mum,
2 kittens so far and she's gone into labour again and is contracting now.
This is very stressfull. Sent the man out with 2 of the kids to get them out of the house.