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post #31 of 43
Awe sending some major vibes your way! keep your chin up, everything will work out!
post #32 of 43
You've got my prayers and don't worry. Kitty's gonna be alright! However, I do think the response from the vet is a little unusual???
post #33 of 43
Thread Starter 
yeah i thought so too.... thanks alot guys. i really appreciate it.
post #34 of 43
Good luck with it, hope it all goes smoothly Do you know for sure the exact date she pregnant? Is it possible it happened a bit later than you thought? It sounds as though she's getting close, so I guess you just need to be patient - she doesn't sound as though she's in too much discomfort...
post #35 of 43
Thread Starter 
she got out a few times in may and i wrote it down every time she got out so unless she got out and got back in later and i didnt see it, then my dates should be right.

A little change in her today. she seems to have more milk now. her boobs or teets or whatever they are called are hanging a bit lower than yesterday. otherwise she is still the same.
post #36 of 43
C'mon Kitty!!!!! Let's get those babies out into the world!!!!!
post #37 of 43
Thread Starter 
i know!!! Come on Kitty!!!!
post #38 of 43
Go Kitty, uncross those legs girlie!!!
post #39 of 43
Thread Starter 
haha! nothing yet. i'm going to a party tonight so hopefully when i come home there will be KITTENS!!! but i highly doubt it 'cuz that's just my luck
post #40 of 43
This may seem like a silly question and I've heard mention of false pregnancies in cats, but can cats have hysterical pregnancies like humans? Women can actually convince themselves they are pregnant, grow a belly, lactate--everything but the baby. Is it possible that because she had a litter recently (she did, right?) that she could be suffering from this? I know you said that you've felt distinct movement, but could it be gas? Just curious to know...
post #41 of 43
Actually they can have false-pregnancies but not to that extend. If you get a cat to breed with a sterile male (or induce ovulation through a manual method to bring the cat out of heat) it will trick the cat into being pregnant. Their belly and nipples can swell a little, however after a month the cycle will start again and the bodies state will go back to normal. Plus its really obvsious when you see massive kicking .
post #42 of 43
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Originally Posted by SolarityBengals View Post
Actually they can have false-pregnancies but not to that extend. If you get a cat to breed with a sterile male (or induce ovulation through a manual method to bring the cat out of heat) it will trick the cat into being pregnant. Their belly and nipples can swell a little, however after a month the cycle will start again and the bodies state will go back to normal. Plus its really obvsious when you see massive kicking .
Thanks...
post #43 of 43
Thread Starter 
yeah there have been some very definate kicks...

no kittens yet but she seems very "touchy" today. she usually doesnt let me touch her belly but she loves to be pet on her back and her chin and she wont let me even give er chin scritches! so i am wondering if she might be in pain. i'll see how she is later tonight. other than that she seems to be acting normal.

the expensive vet (the $800 for a C-section one i was talking about) called my mom and asked how she was doing and my mom told her that there were no kittens yet and she told my mom that eventually she would go into labor but she didnt know if Kitty's uterus was going to be stong enough to push the babies out and we might need a C-Section. so now i need "no C-section please" vibes.
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