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Question about cat labour

Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by My lil Babies, Jul 27, 2009.


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  2. purrlover

    purrlover PetForums Senior

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    hi ya sorry i dont know enough to answer the question ,but thought it needed a bump!
    julie xx
     
  3. ellie8024

    ellie8024 PetForums VIP

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    a vet i spoke to said if a cat has one then no more after 48 hours there could be a problem but our cat had a premature still born 2 weeks before the others were born so it is possible for a cat to stop labour although its not overly common
     
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    Cat_Crazy PetForums VIP

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    I once had a foster cat have kittens 3 days apart so do not worry too much.

    If she seams to be in difficulty or if she is visably pushing with no effect then it is time to call a vet.
     
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    sjreilly72 PetForums Member

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    Any news how did your friend get on??
     
  6. PennyH

    PennyH PetForums Senior

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    The only cat I have ever had who had kittens was sooo big the vet said she had at least 6 kittens in there....
    When the first one was born he was absolutely huge, and she went on to have just one more.
    Both were fine, but he always stayed much bigger than the little girl.
    Just goes to show vets are not always right!!!:001_tt2:
     
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