This has GOT to be the worst part of breeding. I swear she does this every time she has kittens. She shows signs for a few days and then I swear she waits until we are nothing but broken down balls of nerves.
It looks as if the camera is down again, and Ken is sleeping so it's going to have to wait until he gets up. The minute he gets up, I will get him to fix it.
I was up every hour and a half checking on her last night, and every time I came in to see her, it was like she had a look on her face saying "WHAT?". She looks pretty well rested this morning, which is more than I can say for me!
The minute (hopefully today) she starts having contractions, I will let you guys know.
Rhiann has always had a pretty easy delivery. She doesn't cry at all, but you can hear her grunt a bit when she's pushing. Don't worry if you see our hands in there, we are usually just making sure she gets them cleaned off and they are breathing