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post #31 of 52
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Originally Posted by tizzyz_mum View Post
Yes i'm taking her tomorrow morning with my dad.
Good idea...also...you will want to schedule her spay appt.

Katie
post #32 of 52
how is she doing????
post #33 of 52
I would also like to hear an update. I hope thing's are ok. Wishing well wishes you're way.
post #34 of 52
First of all, gather your cat and go to the vet. Only a vet can determine if she has a dead kitten inside her. If that is so, she might need surgery to have it removed if she cannot pass it. If she does not pass it, it could kill her. They might could give her a shot to induce labor to avoid surgery. GO TO THE VET IN PERSON. This goes beyond needing phone advice. She needs an xray. I would also go to a regular vet and not an er vet. You will get more one on one care. If you call a vet and tell them the problem, they will fit you in. If the first doesn't ...call another... And if she is passing blood, tissue or a kitten, she needs to be seen by a doctor or you could lose her.

I had a dog that was pregnant. Her water broke around one puppy but the puppy could not pass. It finally came out slightly but we had to manually help her give birth. The birth was dry and horrible. She was in terrible pain. When that puppy was removed, it was deceased. The next puppy was also deceased due to the trauma. The next puppy was not breathing but did live after 45 minutes of CPR. The 4th was born alive. This all happened on the way to a vet. Corrie was lucky she lived. We named the two puppied Miracle and Mayo... We adopted them out to wonderful people and they lived a long life together.

But kitty needs to go to the vet asap or you could lose her if she is indeed pregnant or if she is passing tissue. There is something wrong.

Please update on this thread..

Good luck and I'll be watching to see what the vet says.
Jenn

p.s. One more thing. Hiding places........usually experienced mother will hide premature babies because they know they will not live. Sometimes if they have one prematuraly, the other could still survive. Years ago, I had a cat that did this. She was an inside cat and an outside cat. I was dumb then and did not have her fixed and she was pregnant. I was laying in bed and kept hearing a sound like a kitten. I checked the mama and she was still pregnant so I thought it was my imagination. But I kept hearing this sound. I got back up and sat and really strained to listen and it was coming from my closet. I search the closet and she has buried the baby under some clothes. She rejected it because it was too young. I heated cloths and wrapped it and tried to give it milk on a piece of cloth. The mother would not let it nurse. Myself and a good friend took turns babysitting the kitten to help it survive. It lived a couple weeks but finally it just died. The other kittens were born a month later, all fully healthy and lived long happy lives.... Mother nursed them. She knew they were healthy.
post #35 of 52
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Originally Posted by jcribbs View Post
First of all, gather your cat and go to the vet. Only a vet can determine if she has a dead kitten inside her. If that is so, she might need surgery to have it removed if she cannot pass it. If she does not pass it, it could kill her. They might could give her a shot to induce labor to avoid surgery. GO TO THE VET IN PERSON. This goes beyond needing phone advice. She needs an xray. I would also go to a regular vet and not an er vet. You will get more one on one care. If you call a vet and tell them the problem, they will fit you in. If the first doesn't ...call another... And if she is passing blood, tissue or a kitten, she needs to be seen by a doctor or you could lose her.

I had a dog that was pregnant. Her water broke around one puppy but the puppy could not pass. It finally came out slightly but we had to manually help her give birth. The birth was dry and horrible. She was in terrible pain. When that puppy was removed, it was deceased. The next puppy was also deceased due to the trauma. The next puppy was not breathing but did live after 45 minutes of CPR. The 4th was born alive. This all happened on the way to a vet. Corrie was lucky she lived. We named the two puppied Miracle and Mayo... We adopted them out to wonderful people and they lived a long life together.

But kitty needs to go to the vet asap or you could lose her if she is indeed pregnant or if she is passing tissue. There is something wrong.

Please update on this thread..

Good luck and I'll be watching to see what the vet says.
Jenn

p.s. One more thing. Hiding places........usually experienced mother will hide premature babies because they know they will not live. Sometimes if they have one prematuraly, the other could still survive. Years ago, I had a cat that did this. She was an inside cat and an outside cat. I was dumb then and did not have her fixed and she was pregnant. I was laying in bed and kept hearing a sound like a kitten. I checked the mama and she was still pregnant so I thought it was my imagination. But I kept hearing this sound. I got back up and sat and really strained to listen and it was coming from my closet. I search the closet and she has buried the baby under some clothes. She rejected it because it was too young. I heated cloths and wrapped it and tried to give it milk on a piece of cloth. The mother would not let it nurse. Myself and a good friend took turns babysitting the kitten to help it survive. It lived a couple weeks but finally it just died. The other kittens were born a month later, all fully healthy and lived long happy lives.... Mother nursed them. She knew they were healthy.

you don't give pregnant cats Xrays... you give them ultra sounds.
post #36 of 52
u do get an pregnant cat x ray's as well as ultrasound's my cat had a x ray to see how many kitten's she was carrying and if there was any in there , but x ray's wont tell u if there dead or alive
post #37 of 52
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Originally Posted by XxtashaxX View Post
u do get an pregnant cat x ray's as well as ultrasound's my cat had a x ray to see how many kitten's she was carrying and if there was any in there , but x ray's wont tell u if there dead or alive
xrays should be a last result it's not healthy for the kittens or the queens reproductive system.
post #38 of 52
Hi, How's it going. Did you get things sorted?
post #39 of 52
I was looking for an update too. I sure hope it's a vet update and xrays or ultasounds are done....... The vet will know what to do is the kitty goes in. He/she will be able to tell if she's pregnant.
post #40 of 52
Well I was hoping for an update while reading it as well. I guess you will update us when you get the chance hon. It sounds like its highly possible that it was a miscarriage and that she may not even be pregnant anymore at all. If there were kittens you would probably hear them if she had them nearby. I sure hope that the vet has helped to put your mind at ease about you kitty.
post #41 of 52
Thread Starter 
Hey,

Sorry i haven't been back since last time. I have been busy.

I took Tizzy to the vets nad she did have kittens in her. But they were dead. She had a oparation to get them out. She had 3. 2 black and white and one tabby.

She is ok now except her tummy is big. My mum thinks she is pregnant again but i don't think she is as she can't be. Anyway...

Sorry i never got back to you.
post #42 of 52
I'm glad she's ok. I'd get her spayed now.
post #43 of 52
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Originally Posted by tizzyz_mum View Post
Hey,

Sorry i haven't been back since last time. I have been busy.

I took Tizzy to the vets nad she did have kittens in her. But they were dead. She had a oparation to get them out. She had 3. 2 black and white and one tabby.

She is ok now except her tummy is big. My mum thinks she is pregnant again but i don't think she is as she can't be. Anyway...

Sorry i never got back to you.
I'm sorry about the kittens, but its great that you were able to get her in to the vet to get checked. Has she been outside since the operation? I'm by no means an expert, but from what I've learned on this site they can get pregnant VERY quickly after being pregnant and having the kittens. So if she has been outside since all this happened, and has not been fixed, it might be possible for her to be pregnant again. (Unless by you saying "she can't be" you mean she was fixed.) Hope everything gets back to normal soon!
post #44 of 52
Thread Starter 
Hey,

Yeah she's been outside and she probably has a lot of boyfriends lol.
post #45 of 52
I'm sure someone who knows more will be by soon. But if you can, please try and keep her inside right now! If she's not pregnant right now and you let her keep going outside she will be pregnant soon. Have you looked into getting her fixed? I'm just a little older than you, so I know money may be an issue, but a lot of places have low-cost spaying and neutering. You can also go by your local humane society and shelters and see if they would help with the cost. By the way, I hope to see pictures of your kitty soon!
post #46 of 52
I am glad she is ok.........

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Yeah she's been outside and she probably has a lot of boyfriends lol.
Please get her fixed... It is not funny when kittens and the mama have a hard life and just keep reproducing over and over.... When they are feral it is one thing. And many people try to help these poor feral kitties so their life will be better. But when they have an owner, it is an entirely different situation when the owner does not assume responsibility for the situation and keeps allowing their cat to get pregnant over and over.

It is very hard on this young little mama to have relationships with male cats after surgery. It could hurt her. I for one do not find this amusing that she has lots of boyfriends. I feel sorry for her that her humans won't be more responsible.
post #47 of 52
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Originally Posted by tizzyz_mum View Post
Hey,

Sorry i haven't been back since last time. I have been busy.

I took Tizzy to the vets nad she did have kittens in her. But they were dead. She had a oparation to get them out. She had 3. 2 black and white and one tabby.

She is ok now except her tummy is big. My mum thinks she is pregnant again but i don't think she is as she can't be. Anyway...

Sorry i never got back to you.

Are you certain that she wasn't spayed when the vet removed the dead kittens???

I would certainly keep her indoors only for now.

Katie
post #48 of 52
If her belly is looking big...I fear she has an infection. Please call the vet back, and for goodness sake keep her inside until she heals from the surgery! Cats are induced ovulators, and if she was not spayed, a male could impregnate her! Do you realize how dangerous that would be when she has not even recovered from the surgery yet?!?

I'm sure you love your kitty...it sounds to me like she needs to see the vet again right away!
post #49 of 52
You sound like such a sweet young lady but you do need to do the mature thing and get her spayed asap. I think you are in UK right? Phone the cats protection league, they fund spaying for people on benefits/students or have difficulty paying 08702 099 099 Good luck!
post #50 of 52
Thread Starter 
Hey,

Sorry i haven't been on this board for a while, i've had a lot happen. I hope your all ok.

My cat got knocked over and now is in heaven as she didn't survive. She had her leg snapped in half and internal bleeding. She didn't have a chance in hell to recover to be honest with you. She looked so bad.

I had to break the news to my little brother (the owner of the cat, he's only nearly 2) but luckly he didn't understand but it was upsetting. I told my best mate, she was the first one i told and she helped me through it all. So thanks - *Alfie*

We have now adopted a black and white cat ( who was a stray ) and i think it's a she. I have named her Tizzy 2 so my brother still thinks it's the other cat but i'm sure he has an idea now. She is lovely and very cuddly. She sleeps with me in bed and Charlie (my brother) loves her.

Anyway thanks for the support and the answers, i will try and get a picture of Tizzy and Tizzy 2 for you all. Thanks again, Becky xx
post #51 of 52
I'm sorry about your kitty!
post #52 of 52
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Originally Posted by Bluebells Belly View Post
You sound like such a sweet young lady but you do need to do the mature thing and get her spayed asap. I think you are in UK right? Phone the cats protection league, they fund spaying for people on benefits/students or have difficulty paying 08702 099 099 Good luck!
Please call the cats protection league so the new Tizzy can get her vaccinations and get spayed.

I didn't understand what you said about Tizzy's death...being knocked over and all. But it sounds like her initial terrible time with losing all the kittens and almost dying was followed by a very painful death. I feel very bad for her. She has found her peace now, over in kitty heaven.
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