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sickeness in my queen

Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by purrlover, May 14, 2010.


  1. purrlover

    purrlover PetForums Senior

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    hi , just got up earlier to tuns of sick from honey i know its honey cos shes just refused brekfast and shes got sick on her front leg ... Honey is 6 weeks pregnant today ... do i need to be overly worried ? i am worried of course but do i need to be on edge type worried? shes very quite this morning to shes normally lining up for her food and following me about ...:(
    julie x
     
  2. Milly22

    Milly22 PetForums VIP

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    They can sometimes have a bit of sickness due to their hormones. Does she seem okay otherwise ?
     
  3. purrlover

    purrlover PetForums Senior

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    no ... very quite and just creeping about when she walked about at the moment shes on the conservatory floor (on a rug) just doing nothing ... she was sick again about 10 mins ago just white froth tho this time .... i have got to go to work but my friend jane will come over and weatch her .. ive spoke to my stud breeder who is my mentor too .. she says see how she goes but it is normal ..ish for queens to sometimes be sick :(
    julie
     
  4. Milly22

    Milly22 PetForums VIP

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    It is quite common.

    I remember rushing Misty to the vet at week 6 as she had explosive diarrhoea and sickness but Vet thought she had perhaps ate something which didn't agree, she was fine by that night, keep an eye on her and if it continues a wee visit to the vet before the weekend would put your mind at rest. x
     
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    My queen was sick at about six weeks pregnant too, I think it's a bit like human morning sickness that is caused by the hormones.
     
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    colliemerles PetForums VIP

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    awww i hope she is better soon, :)
     
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    i would possibly try and get some rehydration support in her if it continues, usually really helps them. try lectade or royal canin do one. Its safe for pregnant cats and newborns.

    It stops dehydration and gives them back the goodness they are losing.
     
  8. purrlover

    purrlover PetForums Senior

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    thanks for all your kind words and wishes ... honey seems a bit better tonight .. shes drank water all day and shes just eaten ... no more sickness , so thats all good however im thinking she may have lost some of her bump :eek: she seems slimmer at the sides i will be keeping a close eye on her as per normal ..
    julie x
     
  9. Honeybunch

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    sorry to hear Honey not been well but glad she picking up a bit now.I hope all is well over weekend if you worried id see the vet tomorrow.
    Sending hugs x
     
  10. purrlover

    purrlover PetForums Senior

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    Thats fantastic to hear glad all is well x
     
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  12. malibu

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    Glad Honey is feeling better x
     
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