Re: My cat breastfeeding a stray tomcat?
The tomcat isn't doing anything right now because she's not in heat, but the minute she goes into season he will be all over her. Since this is your cat, you have responsibility to prevent this. It's up to you to get her to the vet before it happens again. In addition to overpopulation of kittens in the world, your cat is at higher risk of all kinds of medical issues...reproductive cancers, pyometra, pregnancy complications, complications from successive pregnancies too close together etc. Her kittens are 8 weeks old, there is no reason not to spay her immediately.
BTW, did you find homes for the kittens?
Holly, Misty & their friend, Jake, the dog.
Onyx, Callie May, Maggie & Kobi forever in my heart.
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