Not to worry. Although I love kittens, I know that there are thousands of kittens needing foster care, so thats what I do. I dont want to offend any one here, but there is absolutely no excuse for bringing more babies into this world when so many are desperate for our help. I have her registered at the shelter I volunteer for, so she is technically a shelter cat. We do pediatric spay/neuter of all kittens and dogs, too. I think we were one of the first to start that in this area. In fact, my first foster was the very first kitten to be spayed at 2 pounds. we dont adopt out ANY animals until they are spayed, NO EXCEPTIONS. I have often had a nursing mother cat spayed,since the kittens were all going in together. Thats pretty much why I took this one in, since I knew if I didnt she wouldnt get spayed. I normally foster orphan kittens only, not pregnant, since I hate when kittens die, and I had a horrible experience last summer, the mom was sick and we lost all the kittens. But this time it was me or nobody for this little girl.Her name is Cher. I am anxious to get this birth part over with. Cher is pretty healthy, the lady who had her did feed her. Right now she is sleeping, although how she can sleep at a time like this isbeyond me!