Originally Posted by XxtashaxX
i think the thing that worry's me the most is how close she fell pregnant was only 2 week's after the first 1 vet's didn't seem to worried though?
It is a concern.. I do hope it goes well. The good thing I can say is that many breeders actually breed queens pretty quickly if they lose a litter. This is because most of the exhaustion of pregnancy is actually the nursing. Nursing takes a long time to recoupe from. The pregnancy itself isn't as taxing. Since your girl didn't have to nurse, her milk dried up quickly and the only major recovery was from the c-section. My girl went into a continuous heat for a few weeks but we had to wait to breed her so her due date wouldn't fall during our honeymoon. At the same time if you let them skip to many heats its dangerous for infection (why breeders don't wait to long to rebreed).
If you had a successfull litter that nursed for the full term and got pregnant 2 weeks after weaning or before weaning then I'd say you have a major problem on your hands and could be looking at weak kittens, and milk supply issues. I honestly don't think this will be the case for you. But I would take extra extra measures to keep her away from the door.