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I am new and would love if someone can help me.
I have a she cat who wants to be a mummy since Sunday, bt as soon as the tommy cat comes, she cries and shouts....
Does anyone know why this could happen? I am worried as she keeps rolling, but does not accept the cat.


post #2 of 12
hello! welcome

am sorry, i can't help you with your question. am sure someone else on here can though
post #3 of 12

Why do you want your cat to become pregnant? I would assume if she is a purebred show cat then you would maybe have an experienced breeder to mentor you.
post #4 of 12
I would recommend getting the cat spayed. You can do this through your veterinarian.
Otherwise you'll own 9 cats by this time next year (assuming 2 litters/year and 4 kittens/litter). By February 2010 you'll have +/- 36 cats. And so on, and so on.
Spay her. She'll be happier, healthier, calmer and an all around better pet.
post #5 of 12
Welcome to TCS! Have you thought about getting your cat spayed? Raising kittens is VERY expensive, and there are clinics out there that provide low cost spaying.
post #6 of 12
Hi Abi, welcome to TCS!
So glad you have joined our wonderful community of cat lovers.
I truly hope you enjoy your time here with us!
It is critical for the welfare of your sweetie pie that she be seen by a vet asap and spayed.

As you learn your way around our site, if you have questions, I would be happy to help you. Feel free to contact me by clicking on my user name, then send a Private Message.
I will get back to you asap.

post #7 of 12
Welcome to TCS, Abi! I am in agreement with getting her spayed. What are your kitties' names? Is the tommy cat neutered?

post #8 of 12
Ay - Osito y Reina - teddy bear and the queen, ?verdad? Right? Hablas espanol?
post #9 of 12
Why do you want to breed her? Is she a purebred with papers and you are a serious breeder? If not, then please call your vet and have her spayed NOW.

Cats are driven by hormones - they don't "want" to be a mommy cat. Keep the tom cat from her and if they are both yours, then get him neutered too. No reason to purposely let a mixed breed cat have kittens.
post #10 of 12
I agree, your cat doesn't WANT to be a mommy cat. It is instinct. Do you know anything about the tom cat? He could have FIV/FeLV or be carrying other diseases or parasites, etc. Please have your cat spayed, she is at great risk for cancer if you don't.The world doesn't need more kittens when there are so many being killed everyday because there aren't enough homes.
post #11 of 12
Watch this video, and all of it, and if you still want to breed her let me know.

PS some information about the cats would be good too! Are they purebred? Do they know one another? Are they Up to date on their shots? Have they tested negative for all diseases?? Have they been seen by a vet?
Do you have the money on hand to take care of the kittens for 12-16 weeks and feed them, get them their shots, and get them spayed/nuetered before rehoming? How many other pets do you have? What breed are they? Have they been wormed?? Do they go outside?

Welcome to the site! You can PM me if you have any questions! Please watch the video though, its not gross or anything. Its just important to see.
post #12 of 12
Abi, be a responsible pet owner and DON'T let her become pregnant. Spay her. Now. It is in her best interest and can prevent many health problems as she gets older. Not to mention how expensive caring for kittens is.

She doesn't "want" to be a mommy, she has strong biological instincts telling her to reproduce.
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