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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-22-2007, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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I know i posted this in health and nutrition because i didnt see it here, sorry, well anyways. I have rescues a pregnant cat, She looks huge. I cant take her to the vet because I dont have the money for it and I dont want to let her out in the wild either, there are a lot of coyotes where we live. But anyways I cant really feel the babies moving. She doesnt look like she has opened up any, she wont let us check for milk production. But i dont know what to do, do cats give birth still if they have all still borns? Thank you.
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I had a cat who gave birth to dead kittens. However, I have also rescued a young stray whose last kitten get stuck. If I had not taken the cat for a caesarean, the dead kitten would have become toxic...quite soon. I think this cat will have to go to the vet.

Does she have any pink mucous discharge? That usually appears the last couple of days.

I hope one of these organizations will help with costs: (not only for diabetes)

Please keep us informed.


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