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post #1 of 21
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Here is Sadie and her litter with foster kitty. She has taken well to the kitty. She had her babies sometime this morning which I thought would have been last night as babies were really moving but guess she was waiting for me to go to bed.

http://i78.photobucket.com/albums/j1.../sadiegirl.jpg
post #2 of 21
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okay well guess she wasn't done she now has 6 of her own plus foster kitty maybe more on the way
post #3 of 21
Congratulations to you and Sadie on the beautiful babies!
post #4 of 21
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she is still breathing very hard so I think she maybe still in labor.
post #5 of 21
Congrats on a healthy litter. Good idea, slipping Boots' kitten in with Sadie. And I'm glad she has her own room so she can keep the kittens safe.

Have you made appointments yet for the other Momma's to get spayed? Hopefully, that can happen in the next week or two, before someone gets preggers again!
post #6 of 21
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Not yet I haven't trying to find a vet that will work with me. my hubby got canned from his job that he was with for nine years with no explanation. Not happy, but life goes on and we live in Branson so not like it gonna be hard to find another job that will suit him better. Hated the hours he had to work anyways. But I will get my babies fixed. hubby still tryin to talk me into giving up girls for boys I DON'T THINK SO...lol my male kitties always run off
post #7 of 21
WOW she had 6 woohoo Keep eye on her not good to have them so far apart SHe had those while you slept then another one hrs later... GL Sadie
post #8 of 21
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She had had them about 930 or 10 this morning and I didn't know it I thought my son let her outside because I couldn't find her. She was currled up in corner in my laundry room. And of course shes black so I didn't see her when I went in there is morning until I heard a cry. and the 6th one was born about 1 or so. I do believe shes done shes up eating and drinking.
post #9 of 21
Please show update with baby #6 way to go Sadie
post #10 of 21
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She had another black one. So she now has 3 tabbies and 3 black ones. But will get new photo. She eatin dinner right now so I will take pic of her babies.
post #11 of 21
ok i will look forward to it....
post #12 of 21
Nice picture they are all so tiny
post #13 of 21
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took pics of just babies will post them later have to use hubbies computer to download pics as I have a laptop and it don't have an A drive. And I need a names for babies so any suggestions. And for foster baby. May end up keeping him not sure yet. I have become quite attatched to him.
post #14 of 21
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Momma is sunning in the kitchen window. LOL Guess she needs a little pampering time.
post #15 of 21
Here is the link from the stickies at the top...in MO, it looks like there are several places that base the fee on your income!
http://www.lovethatcat.com/spayneuter.html#mo
Remember, you can either get them spayed, or keep them indoors only to prevent a pregnancy. I'm glad you have let your hubby know that you can't just trade one pet in on another due to gender. However, if you can't really afford to care for the current pets (including spay/neuter), I do not personally think you should consider keeping another kitten. In just a few short months, even the tiny newborns will be old enough to reproduce, and it is irresponsible to allow that.

Please check out the link, and start calling to check the possibility of spaying your kitties soon. Your last few weeks have been simply devastating, with the multiple deaths of babies from various causes. I cannot imagine you going through that horror again!
post #16 of 21
They are precious luv!
post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by Beckiboo
Here is the link from the stickies at the top...in MO, it looks like there are several places that base the fee on your income!
http://www.lovethatcat.com/spayneuter.html#mo
Remember, you can either get them spayed, or keep them indoors only to prevent a pregnancy. I'm glad you have let your hubby know that you can't just trade one pet in on another due to gender. However, if you can't really afford to care for the current pets (including spay/neuter), I do not personally think you should consider keeping another kitten. In just a few short months, even the tiny newborns will be old enough to reproduce, and it is irresponsible to allow that.

Please check out the link, and start calling to check the possibility of spaying your kitties soon. Your last few weeks have been simply devastating, with the multiple deaths of babies from various causes. I cannot imagine you going through that horror again!
The clinics mentioned are the closest 35 miles from me and others are father than that.
post #18 of 21
I once drove 45 miles (one direction) to pick up a foster cat and her 2 week old kittens. Sunday I drove 30 miles (again, one way) to give up Natalie and her 6 daughters to a new foster home. My husband lost his job over a month ago, and may not be able to find another one in his field. Facts are facts, and one fact is that you have 4 female cats, that you must either strictly keep indoors only, or in 2 months you will have 4 more litters.

I'm not trying to pick on you, but there needs to be a certain amount of problem solving to prevent more kittens. I just want to know what you are willing and able to do, to prevent your cats from reproducing.
post #19 of 21
I am new here and I don't mean to be nosey but some people can't drive 40 miles just to see a vet. I also understand that pets are overpopulated but life happens too.
post #20 of 21
This link to the Branson Humane Society may help you. You might try calling them to see if they offer or know of a low- or even no-cost spay/neuter program in your area.

http://www.humanesociety-branson.org/

The address and telephone number are located at the bottom of the page. Might be worth it to you to check them out.
post #21 of 21
How are Sadie and the kittens doing?
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