Hi all, I'm currently fostering a lovely semi-feral torbie girl we've named Saffie. We took her on almost 2 weeks ago and were told she would give birth within the week, and she still hasn't. She's huge now, has visible teats with flaky white bits on them, and the kittens have been very active for a while now. I'm currently sitting up with her because we've just had that feeling that she's a little 'off' today. She normally is very blinky and chatty, but today has just stared at us and not made a sound. She's eaten less than usual but is still drinking. She's also been laying with her legs pushed further backwards than normal, and has rolled onto her back a few times, which with her size is quite the feat! We think she passed her mucous plug almost a week ago, there was some stringy blood-tinted mucous in her crate during the night. There haven't been any visible contractions yet but I don't really want to go to bed and leave her alone in case she goes into labour and the kittens need assistance. I may just be rambling and by the time anyone reads this she could have had them, but if anyone is up it'd be great to have someone's thoughts on this? I know it's entirely unpredictable but have some people had the same sort of signs right before the cat goes into labour? We feel so sorry for her being heavily pregnant for so long and just want her to be done with it all! She's such a calm, sweet girl I wouldn't be at all surprised if she had them silently in the night! I'm just a little concerned for her and this is a great way to relieve some of that.