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My cat jus had a miscarriage yesterday Doc says it's very common for first timers (this is my cat's first pregnancy) but any of you can tell me all the possible causes of miscarriages? Maybe I can be more careful in the future and prevent this from happening.
post #2 of 6
May I ask why you want her to go through this again? My advice would be to spay her now and prevent any further risk to her health. Your kitty would be much happier. And there are so many lost and abandoned kittens out there that it seems unfair to add to the population. Unless you are a registered breeder of course.
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Originally Posted by bigblackfatcat View Post
My cat jus had a miscarriage yesterday Doc says it's very common for first timers (this is my cat's first pregnancy) but any of you can tell me all the possible causes of miscarriages? Maybe I can be more careful in the future and prevent this from happening.
I am terribly sorry to hear about your cat's miscarriage. Could you provide us with some more information on her....her age, any health issues and yes, is she a registered purebred? We definately want to assist you in understanding about your cat...but need to know more from you.

Katie
post #4 of 6
i really would get her spayed now i'm sorry you and mamma had to go through this and to make sure you do not have to go through it again i would get her spayed , how old is she ?
post #5 of 6
I have never heard of a miscarriage being normal! How heartbreaking to lose all the babies. I agree with the other posters...whether she is purebred or moggie, I would advise spaying her so she never has to go through this again!
post #6 of 6
Miscarriage is NOT normal. I've had several females (pedigree and mixed) - NONE of them ever had miscarriages.

Please spay her so you don't have to go thru this again.

That's kinda like saying for humans - miscarriages are common for 1st time pregnancies.


Now if you are talking about pedigree and the fact your cats are heavily inbred, you MIGHT have more problems but that's cause of too much inbreeding. Also if mixed and the cats are a product of father/daughter and then the same cats breed again, you'd have miscarriages or other complications.
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