I'll have to double check with the breeder as to her genetics.
I double checked with her on the accidental breeding a bit more. The breeder keeps her stud(s) in a seperate room of the house and does not allow the girls in once they are old enough to breed. Aparantly Kallie started pinking up the beginning of January, which the breeder found very odd as she was sure Kallie had not been in the room with the stud. Thinking that Kallie must have somehow gotten in and gotten pregnant, she stopped keeping her out of the stud quarters. As it turned out, she had a false pregnancy, which is not very common in cats. Needless to say, once allowed in with the studs, she became pregnant as soon as she got back into heat.
When I picked Kallie up, she was still just pinking ... this time from a real pregnancy. Wanting to be sure whether Kallie was pregnant or had some other reproductive issues, I took her to the vet right away and got an ultrasound.
It was a very expensive week. Our big guy had his teeth cleaned & shots and the two new kitties had checkups & ear drops and eye drops (pregnancy safe) - $800
I really think pets should be automatically covered under health insurance as dependents
Oh ... I was just looking for my kitties ... where do I find them? All three curled up in the queening box together.