Originally Posted by Mika18
Ok i have 5 cats 3 males and 2 females one male is nuetered and the other two are fertal (by the way they dont get along at all they ususally just keep out of each others ways most of the time) and one females is im estamating 5 week pregant and the other females is just a little kitten. they all get along real well besides the two fertal males and i dont know which one exactly got the female pregant and im afriad that when she has her babies that they are gunna kill or eat or whatever them and i wanna know if there something i should do. and dont say get them neutured becuase i already know and im working on it.
oh yea another question.
one of the fertal males keeps trying to have sex with the preganct female even thought she is pregant is there a reason for that?
First, allow me to welcome you to TCS and to the Pregnant Cats and Kitten Care Forum! I am really glad you found us here.
I am happy to know that you are working on getting everyone spayed/neutered and know that you are doing your best to make that happen as soon as you can. But for the meantime, please allow me to give you a little advice.
Keep the 2 un-neutered males away from each other. Confine them (if you can) in separate rooms of your home, if you have two levels, put one up and one down until about a month after they are neutered. Most certainly keep them FAR away from your pregnant female as well as the female kitten and do not let any of your pets have access to the babies once they arrive.
The two un-neutered males do not get along simply because they ARE un-neutered males. They are fighting for control over territory and the females. If you aren't careful, they can really do a lot of injury to each other, only adding to the problems you already have.
The males are trying to mate with the pregnant female because they do not care if she is pregnant. She is female, they are male - that's what their instincts and hormones tell them to do. You must keep both of them away from her now at all times until about a month after both of them have been neutered. They can still impregnant an intact female for several weeks after the procedure.