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my cat is in critical condition please help!

post #1 of 27
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I have a female siamese named Lilly and she has been in labor for over 24 hours. She has given birth to 3 kittens so far, 2 were still born and the other one is fine. She still has more kittens inside, I can feel them and I think that one may be stuck in her birth canal and she hasn't passed the after birth from her last kitten yet and that was this morning. I don't know if I should take her to a vet or just leave her alone I am very upset by this because I have had her since she was 3 weeks old. Please help!
post #2 of 27
Oh my, sounds like your cat needs some medical help.
Is there a vet that makes house calls in your area? that would be the best thing to do, since moving her mught be dagerouse.

Dont wait too long, if there really is a kitten stuck, it might be very dangerous to both her and the un-born kittens!

waiting to hear good new! Good luck!!

KatieCat
post #3 of 27
Hello Adravia, sounds like your little Mum is in trouble. I'm not able to tell what is wrong. I only know that I would get her to a vet or at the very least ring a vet and ask for advice. Im sure other members here could advise you with more authority, but I most certainly wouldnt leave her be without consulting a vet. Hope it all works out well for you and your furry Mum.
post #4 of 27
Get her to the vet ASAP. This is too long for her to go without having another kitten or placenta.
post #5 of 27
Did you call anybody yet??? Get on it girl! What does it say in your home birth books?? It should say what to do in an emergency and what's normal and what's not. If you don't have books on this, then the internet should have told you.
post #6 of 27
GET HER TO THE VET! NOW!!! And keep ud up to date.Pray are coning your way.
post #7 of 27
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by nunny
Oh my, sounds like your cat needs some medical help.
Is there a vet that makes house calls in your area? that would be the best thing to do, since moving her mught be dagerouse.

Dont wait too long, if there really is a kitten stuck, it might be very dangerous to both her and the un-born kittens!

waiting to hear good new! Good luck!!

KatieCat
Thanks for the advice I am taking her to the vet at 8:00
post #8 of 27
Special thoughts and prayers are on the way for Lilly and her unborn kittens! I hope they will be ok!
Please post an update and let us know what happened!!!!
post #9 of 27
Please let us know what has happened. I am moving this thread to Health and Nutrition.
post #10 of 27
Adravia,

Please let us know as soon as you can how momcat is doing?
post #11 of 27
Bump
Please do tell us how it went when you get the time to.
post #12 of 27
Praying that she is okay...please let us know how it went.
post #13 of 27
I'm saying a prayer for her too. Let us know, please!
post #14 of 27
Thread Starter 
I took Lilly to the vet this morning. They gave her a shot of oxitosen to make her start contractions again but it didn't work so they did a C section. The kitten they took out was about 2 weeks old and her body was trying to absorb it so, they gave me some medicine to give her, they also spayed her in the process so no more babies for her! Lilly is doing fine she is sleeping in the bedroom in her special box with the one kitten that survived. I think that I am going to call him Survivor!
post #15 of 27
Oh my goodness! It's a good thing you got her to the vet. Sending healing vibes to her and her little one.

Another name you might want to consider, if the kitten is a boy, is Harry, as in "Harry Potter, the boy who lived!"
post #16 of 27
Wow! I'm glad to hear she is ok. I wish Lilly a speedy recovery.
post #17 of 27
I'm glad Lilly is ok too!!!
post #18 of 27
I am glad you took Lily to the vet, give her a gentle hug in a few days for all she has been through. Poor sweet cat!
post #19 of 27
So glad to hear that Lily is doing fine. What a precious little bundle you have there in her kitten. I am sure he will soon help you to put this traumatic time behind you.
post #20 of 27
My love is going out to you, and my hope that this won't happen to my momma that's preggy too... Best of luck!!

Salem
post #21 of 27
I'm very relieved that your Lilly is okay, I will definitely be thinking about you three. (You, her, the kitty)!


Keep us posted on them please and let us know how they do. I would love to see some pictures sometime. Lilly sounds like a real fighter, and a lovely mother.


I have 3 siamese myself! They're quite beautiful aren't they?
post #22 of 27
omg i didn't read this until right now and I'm so glad Lily's ok!! That little kitten is a trooper.. You MUST post pictures
post #23 of 27
I was away from the board for a few days, so I just got to read about Lilly. I'm happy you got her to the vet and that she's going to be okay. Hope the same goes for the kitten that survived.
post #24 of 27
OMG!! Your poor little Kitty, Lilly!! I do hope she is feeling a bit better with every day. And hope her little Survivor grows happily and healthy too!


www.katsnkittens.com
post #25 of 27
I'm so glad Lilly is okay!!!
post #26 of 27
OMG I am so thrilled about this happy ending and of course you now MUST show us pictures and Survivor. We can't wait!

Plenty of hugs both of them!
post #27 of 27
I'm so glad both are all right. That is one lucky kitten--and mommy too!
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