Awww, my cats get all bizarro during thunderstorms too. I actually like them, and look forward to watching and listening to the crappy weather, but that's just me.
Well, Skittle-me-skittlets (I think we have a new nickname here, people), the hour of birth is approaching.
Here's something you can read directly to her, maybe with some pom-poms, or a megaphone.SKITTLES TO-DO LIST:
1. Get to contracting a bit more.
2. Nibble on some kibble. Or KMR...whichever tickles your fancy.
3. Go potty. Please be sure to adequately bury it for your meowmy...it's the right thing to do.
4. After potty, please prepare whichever nest you deem suitable for the main attraction.
5. After you settle in your nest, kindly release your mucous plug...and if the mood takes you, please expel some amniotic fluid.
6. Once this happens, you may feel oddly compelled to lick your unmentionables. Don't worry. We understand your compulsion to do this.
7. Please make some warning signals (some meowing would be appropriate for this situation) to your meowmy, so that she can make her human preparations.
8. You may note at this point that there may be a strange being or creature emerging from your you-know-where. Don't be alarmed. This is normal.
9. Once you have released the first "kitten" (as we humans like to refer to them), you may proceed with steps 1-8, roughly 9-12 more times.
10. Please do not forget to snack upon the afterbirths of the kittens. It is tasty, and quite appetizing to your species.
11. Once the kittens have been delivered, prepare for an entirely new set of instructions, titled, "What to Expect The First 8 Weeks: A Feline Guide to Child-Rearing (1st ed.)"
Thank you, and have a pleasant evening.