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post #61 of 84
NO kits yet. There should be a tone of movment when the kittens are ready to go. I freaked out when Chocolate was going to have hers. I swear I thought those kittens were gonna bust her open from all that moving. Hang in there.


Ashely
post #62 of 84
Thread Starter 
good thing, because if she picks my carpet, it's off white! eek!
post #63 of 84
Awwww, sweety girl -she must "meow-pant" must be exhausted and incredibly hungry. I am only writing this from my pregnant-perspective-self
post #64 of 84
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Originally Posted by Kat_Boy
good thing, because if she picks my carpet, it's off white! eek!
try to take the placentas of her before she eats them then. blood went flying when she bit in!
post #65 of 84
Thread Starter 
I still can't find any info online about the shrinking belly
post #66 of 84
I didn't find anything on the movement into the canal but it makes sense. Here is something that talks of the temperature drop

www.catclinic.co.uk/health/pregnancy.htm
post #67 of 84
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Great site captiva......I bookmarked that. Lots of good info!!
post #68 of 84
How much movement does she have in there Matt? My girl looked like the kittens were going to rip right out of her before she had them.
post #69 of 84
Also don't let her eat the placentas because sometimes all the goodness gives them the runs. Wow, I keep looking in on this thread expecting to see a birth announcment. Fingers crossed!
post #70 of 84
OH man i have been folowing this thread forever....Poor mamma Kit.....
Heres some good healthy birthing vibes going your way!!!!!!!!!
post #71 of 84
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
Wow, I keep looking in on this thread expecting to see a birth announcment. Fingers crossed!
Me too! Keep us posted!
post #72 of 84
Quote:
Originally Posted by captiva
I didn't find anything on the movement into the canal but it makes sense. ]
its what my vet told me when i phoned her panicking. the belly might look a little more 'low slung' too as it has dropped. my mums says the same happend for pregnant women.

i bet its tonight.
post #73 of 84
Thread Starter 
I hope so, because......you guessed it......no kittens LOL
There's lots of movement today, and she has pretty much stayed laying in front of the cocktail table all day.....i'm just leaving her alone today to rest, but am keeping close eye on her.
post #74 of 84
Does she let you touch her belly? I always loved rubbing the bellies of our pregnant cats and they seemed to enjoy.

Sounds like she's a lot calmer than you, Matt.
post #75 of 84
Thread Starter 
I know! She is sooo calm and relaxed about the whole thing. Yes, she likes me to rub her belly to a point. If they are moving alot, she does get a little flustered with bugging her aswell, and she takes a little chomp.
post #76 of 84
shall we place bets on when it will be?
post #77 of 84
Thread Starter 
LOL....next year
post #78 of 84
What day do you think she is on? I say from 3-6 days.


Ashley
post #79 of 84
Hey everybody.......Kiwi is giving birth today!!!! Look in the Health and Nutrition forum.....she's already had two babies and everyone is doing well so far!
post #80 of 84
4 now guys!! (I feel like mother hen over here.)
post #81 of 84
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Originally Posted by turtlecat
4 now guys!! (I feel like mother hen over here.)
I know....me too!

I can't wait until they're all here safe and sound. I get so nervous that something will go wrong.
post #82 of 84
Thread Starter 
5!!
post #83 of 84
Ohhh. 5 babies!! I can't wait for pics!!
post #84 of 84
How exciting!
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