Originally Posted by acarper21
Wow guys you really came through and helped me. I am new this I see there is alot of people just like me. Some people call me crazy. I think I am going to keep her in for a few more weeks and in the mean time get on the horn and find other solutions. The mother is so good when she wants to go in the carrier she comes to me and cried and I follow her and she take me to the cage and goes in. My husband can't even get her to come to him. So you see why I kind of scared to put her some where I can not see her. Her momma kitty was a stray and she brought them to my front door and pretty much left. I was able to give me family all of them but his one. She never got tamed enough. The mother was a solid black persian but she is tortise shell with long hair. We also had a big black and white persian that was following her around so i am not for sure if its that daddy. One of the kittens has a flat face. Whats really neat is we have a male cat that follow momma cats around and when she leaves them to hunt or do whatever he sits and watches them and fight other cats away. It weird because he is a male. I have never seen him harm anything. They were even male kitties in the litter
. I am planning on after vacation getting the cats fixed. Don't want to before so I can watch them. I have two lovely siamese. Can anyone tell me up to what age are they in danger of male kitties? I figure if I can leave them in 3 more weeks then they would be between 4-5 weeks old. I want to interact so they don't become wild. Thanks everyone for the opinion I just don't want to make the wrong decision
I would get her fixed as soon as possible. The male is probably interested in getting her pregnant and she can get pregnant again very soon after having her litter. Here is a list of low cost spay/neuter options:
Angels of Assisi - Roanoke area
Traveling clinic for low cost s/n for pets of people with financial need -- and also for folks who rescue strays and folks who are feral cat caretakers. The service travels within about an hour radius of Roanoke.
Holly Help Memorial Spay Fund
Bristol VA / Bristol TN
Everyone is eligible for low cost spay neuter assistance, which is funded by the public through recycled aluminum cans.
Animal Defense League
TOLL FREE 1-877-301-2290
People United for Animals PUFA
PO Box 1082
Bristol TN 37621
Lost cost s-n assistance in Bristol VA/TN
Planned Pethood Clinic
Boones Mill VA
Low cost s/n for cats and dogs.
Virginia Partnership for Animal Welfare and Support (VA PAWS)
Low cost s/n once a week in Christiansburg in conjunction with the mobile clinic provided by Angels of Assisi.
Cat's Cradle Virginia
Participating veterinarians in Harrisonburg, Dayton, and Stephens City.
King George Animal Rescue League
PO Box 1143
King George VA 22485
Call them for information about s/n at very good prices.
Virginia Kincheloe Spay/Neuter Clinic
452 TV Drive
Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania VA 22408
Stuarts Draft VA
For pets of people with low income.
Go back to Love That Cat Store home page.
Spay and Neuter All Pets (SNAP)
PO Box 1277
Louisa, VA 23093
540-967-3573 (Central Virginia)
Prevent A Litter Coalition
PO Box 1442
Centreville, VA 20122
Low cost s/n for pets of people with low income.
Alexandria Animal Shelter
Offers discounts on spay/neuter at many veterinary clinics in the area. No restrictions on income.
Animal Welfare League of Arlington
Feral Cat Program Spay/Neuter Clinic
Clinic location Northwest DC
Managed by Metro Ferals
PO Box 7138
Arlington, VA 22207
or call Alley Cat Allies 202-667-3630 ext 112
Low cost spay/neuter, testing, and vaccinations for feral or stray cats.
PO Box 3240
Arlington, VA 22203
Help for residents of Maryland, DC, and Virginia.
Feral Cat Coalition Inc.
PO Box 9696
Chesapeake, VA 23321
Has monthly spay/neuter for ferals at low cost.
Virginia Beach SPCA
Virginia Beach VA
Tidewater area VA
Partners Among Cats and Canines (PACC)
Norfolk SPCA (Tidewater region) Norfolk VA
Richmond Spay & Neuter Foundation
For the Love of Animals in Goochland (FLAG)
PO Box 115
Manakin-Sabot, VA 23103
Prevent A Litter Clinic (PAL)
Petersburg/Colonial Heights SPCA
Operation Catnip of Richmond
Spay/neuter for feral and stray cats.
760- Charlottesville SPCA
PO Box 7047
Charlottesville, VA 22906
Discounts on spay/neuter according to income of pet owner.