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Callie Kitty's story

post #1 of 8
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Hi, I am new here and have posted once before, I wanted to share callie's story. Its kida long and i can not spell, sorry.
Last spring the peaple next door found a 2-3 week old kitten and brought it home, they did not know what to do, so they fed it tuna, the kitten got diareha and pooped all over there house, So they threw it out side around three am in the morning. I woke up to her crying outside my window and i knew i could not keep her, but could not leave her like that. I brought her in and got her warm. next day my friend took her in to foster her, she did great gained weight and grew up, Well foster mom could not afford to get the kitten spayed so i was going to pay half, three days before apointment with the vet kitten got out and got herself pregnant, my friend the foster mom ended up haveing to move and could not take kitten with her to her new place. Soooo over the course of a year i have grown sooooo attached to this little girl, that i ended up takeing her home with me..she is the most beautful girl, sweet as hunny... I adore her. But now she is due any minute to have her little one's and i am along for the ride... i am going to have her spayed A.S.A.P.
I think she lost her mucuse plug today i did not see it but she was cleaning herself like crazy and she was realy "open" looking down there.. thanx for reading my story about my little Callie kitty's life. I look forward to talking to you all!
post #2 of 8
its great that you rescued her. if they don't know how to take care of, they shouldn't have it. putting the poor little kitten outside a 3am. how mean. i hope she has her kittens ok.
post #3 of 8
Hi and welcome! If you haven't already, please take a moment to read through this thread to prepare for what is to come. If we can help you in any way, please don't hesitate to ask. That's what we are here to do!

Also, you mentioned that you would be taking care of your little girl's spay appointment as soon as possible ... if you need help locating a low- or no-cost clinic, let us know and it is possible that we may be able to help you locate one nearby you.

Best of luck and let us know how it goes!
post #4 of 8
She has quite a little life so far. Are you going to keep her???

The best of luck to you and the mama to be .

post #5 of 8
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Oh yes i fall more and more in love with her each day we are together, I have three young children and when i am stressed out or feel like i am going to pull my hair out she gives me this look, and i melt, I think i need her just as much if not more then she needs me! i am going to post some pics of her as soon as i can, she is my little princess, "and she knows it"!
post #6 of 8
hi and welcome to TCS.
gayef has already given you the information you need. i just wanted to say i hope everything goes well and without any problems. , just a quick note incase you didnt know , she can get pregnant again just a few days after delivering her babys. so its important she dosnt get back outside.
keep us updated on her progress.
post #7 of 8
Hi and welcome,

Its so great of you to take this cat and look after her and her babies.

Have you any idea what you are going to do with the kittens once she has them?

As Tasha said above momma can get pregnant again very quickly after the birth but also what you have to think about is the kittens. It will only be a few months (5 - 6) before they will be able to reproduce too so they too will all need to be spayed and neutered or you can very quickly become over run with babies.

Hope all goes well and im looking forward to hearing updates from you.

Emma x x
post #8 of 8
Hello and welcome to you and mom-to-be (very soon by the sound of your other post)

Its great here, theres lots of experienced members, so just jump right in if you have any questions
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