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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-30-2004, 03:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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good news!

i took cerridwyn to the vet today, and told the woman there (who was not the one there the first time) my situation. she checked her out and said that the kittens are still moving, and that her milk is coming in a lot, and that it should only be a little while now. she thinks that whoever was there before was a trainee or something...and that they made a very bad guess. she said not to be concerned. i feel a lot better now. and i would have taken her to the vet a lot sooner, but they keep the stupidest hours, and i work a swing shift job. they were also closed for the week of thanksgiving and the week before and of christmas. (i think i need to find a new vet)
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That's great news!




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I know you must be so relieved.. now heres good thoughts coming your way for a easy birth for the kittens and cerridywn.
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When you go to the vet, are you speaking with the vet or a technician? Only the vet should be giving you this information. Not to be unkind or anything as there are many knowledgeable techs, but the vet has the medical training and that's who you are paying to see.

I also think your vet's office is closed too frequently, holidays or not. Considering that you'll need to go for shots, exams, spaying, etc., once the kittens are born, you should consider finding someone with better hours and advice.

Good luck -- I hope you and your cat have a healthy litter!!

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I agree. Your pet can't time a sudden illness or need to erratic hours at the animal hospital. I would change vets.




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