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please need some vibes

post #1 of 27
Thread Starter 
i think fluffy has gone in to first stages of labour she still has 2 weeks to go , shes panting a lot breathing fast crying at me desprate to get out of the bedroom , theres no way we have the dates wrong as 1 i have only just felt them move as from y/day 2 she has no milk atall and 3 the vets this morning said she still had about 2 weeks to go , everything was fine at the vets this morning when i took her up there , surly they would have know if labour was soon?? im praying that this stops itself, the vets have told me to keep an eye on her , if she does have them theres not much hope of the kittens surving , and im to bring her in to make sure she has cleared everything out. i have seen kittens born stillborn and deformed i never want to see that again. so if ever i have need vibes i need them more then ever for fluffy to make sure she stays safe.
post #2 of 27
Oh my honey I am sorry - lots of calming ((((( vibes ))))) for Fluffy I hope its just a little practice run and will stop soon

keep us posted !!

post #3 of 27
Lots of positive Vibes coming from here too.
post #4 of 27
Thread Starter 
thank you both , shes asleep at the moment but still breathing fast. will keep you all updated.
post #5 of 27
Lots of vibes coming Fluffy's way!!!!
post #6 of 27
Don't Panic yet!

Cally did not have no milk either,They bag dropped after her giving birth.

before Cally even had kittens she produced milk and was feeding her sisters kittens,They were nine months old,But the point is she still produced milk.


Also there is a supplement you can get also until she drops her milk bags.

Hope all is well!
post #7 of 27
I hope everything is ok.

When you saw the vet with her this morning did he have a good feel of her tummy? The only reason I ask is that when boo had about 3 weeks to go I took her to the vets and when we got home I started to panic as she was showing some of the signs as fluffy is now. She was panting, calling for me and just didnt look right at all. I rang the vet back and he explained that it could just be because he had a good feel of her and it can sometimes stimulate some very mild contractions of her womb. Much like us, after having seen the midwife while pregnant I would get cramps similar to mild contractions.
She calmed after a couple of hours and carried the babies to term.

I hope she has settled for you or is settling now. Loads of good luck coming your way.
post #8 of 27
It is so nerve racking when our babies go into labor.

I did not see Cally deliver my daughter was with her and she has every kitten on Rebecca's Lap.


Last batch i was here for i had to leave the room it was too intense,

I would of left my own births if i could lol
post #9 of 27
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I would of left my own births if i could lol
That so made me chuckle.

I remember saying to hubby only minutes away from delivering our daughter that I had changed my mind and I wanted to go home....No such luck!
post #10 of 27
Prayers and vibes for Fluffy.
post #11 of 27
Thread Starter 
thanx everyone for everything , shes still the same as she was but the panting settles a bit then starts up again.
yes the vet did have a good feel around , so maybe your right . will update again later x
post #12 of 27
Yes please let us know how she is doing later. Hopefully she will settle again.

Emma x x
post #13 of 27
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Originally Posted by XxtashaxX View Post
thanx everyone for everything , shes still the same as she was but the panting settles a bit then starts up again.
yes the vet did have a good feel around , so maybe your right . will update again later x
Has her mucas plug broke?

That is the sign i have always gone by.

My Cally panted a week and a half before giving birth.

I find they play games,I thought Cally was going to have them 2 weeks before she did.

But the 16th her mucas plug broke,Then the 17th around 9:30 am i think was when her water broke,It was not until 8pm she started pushing.

I hope all is well,Your both in my thoughts.
post #14 of 27
Thread Starter 
no , no mucus plug as yet , but she did feel a bit wet y/day down there that is another reason i took her to the vets today .
my lilly panted 3 days before she had her babys , i just ran through my old threads.
post #15 of 27
Ok,You say she is wet.

It is sometimes hard too see the actual Mucas,Some cats clean it up quickly,But Cally was i guess on the Lazy side.

But it looked like Cally had a bath almost but only in her back end off course.

Keep us Posted
post #16 of 27
just checking in on sweet Fluffy hope she settles for the evening we are all thinking of you and Fluffy
post #17 of 27
Thread Starter 
a bit of good news things seem to have calmed down and she seems back to *normal* will see what the vet says tomorrow .
post #18 of 27
good news, hope you get some good sleep too

See you in the morning
post #19 of 27
Just read your other thread and didnt realise there was an update. Glad things have calmed down. will check tomorrow to see how she's doing.
post #20 of 27
You both are in my thoughts,Im sure all is well.
post #21 of 27
Well i hope shes not inlabor, andits good that she is ok now! Keep us updated, and good luck to you and mama!
post #22 of 27
Im so pleased everything has settled. I hope you had a good nights sleep and your both much more rested this morning.

Emma x x x
post #23 of 27
Thread Starter 
i got some sleep , fluffy seems fine this morning , her belly still goes a bit hard from time to time and she seems very uncomfy , i will have to show you all some pictures of her belly but i cant find the lead to connect it. thanx everyone for all your thoughts.
post #24 of 27
Thread Starter 
update , they say she fine , cant see any signs of early labour , they said she might have had a false labour , like us with branxton hicks. but for now all is fine , she can deffently feel 4 kittens but could be more, she said she deffently has at least 1 1/2 weeks to go
post #25 of 27
Glad all is OK.
post #26 of 27
Glad all is ok! They like to keep us on our toes don't they?!
post #27 of 27
Thank god all has turned out!
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