Hi I had breed my cat last month and she was due to have her kittens the first part of April. Tuesday night she came into the liveing room and was bleeding. I knew right away she was aborting the kittens. I called my cousin who it a vet tech and he came over and looked at her and told me she would be fine for the night but to watch her and take her in to the vet the next morning. About a hour later I was in the kitchen and she came into the kitchen and jumped on to one of the chairs and was bleeding kind of bad. I called my cousin back and he came right over and checked her again she was trying to pass one of the kittens and could not he advised me to get her to the vet. So we called our vet office and got the emergecy pager number and called our vet she came in and we meet her at the clinic. she had to give her a shot to get her contractions to get stronger and she passed the kitten. The vet told me she could give her antobotics and I could try to breed her again I told her no that I wanted her spayed. So she said I could either leave her over night or I could bring her back the next morning and they would spay her. I brought her home and watched her all night. The next morning I took her and had her spayed. I got her back yesterday morning and I am needing to know how long should I keep her seprated from the rest of my cats. I know I need to keep them seprated for at least a couple of days but I was so excited about getting her back I forgot to ask my vet and when I called back today my vet has went out of town on a bussiness trip and wont be back until Monday i am going to call monday and find out what she says but I wanted everones suggestions. Before anyone ask my cat is a pure breed show quaility cat and was breed to a pure breed show quaility cat as I was wanting to get a show quality kitten from her to show. She is of such good quaility the vet did not want me to spay her and to try to breed her again but with her haveing problems passing under developed kittens I was not putting her through trying to pass full term kittens. I am not willing to risk her knowing she has already had problems. Thanks for any suggestions.
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3/7/08 at 12:08pm