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Angie had her kittens!

Yes, Angie had her kittens. I don't know when, we were on vacation. Earlier, she came leaping twards us, we look at her tummy, & my mom asks me if the cat was Angie because we didn't recongnize her, because her stomach was small. She had dark red disharchge from her area where the kittens came out, a cat book said this was normal, unless it was green or bright red, but it's dark, the normal. So, she had her kittens!

One thing concerned me is that she was here for an awful long time today. Shouldn't she be with her kittens? She finally went off into the bushes like normal, but shouldn't she have been with her kittens?

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Just go ahead and answer the questions I asked you in the PM here, so everyone else can see the answers. Because they are probably all going to ask the same things.
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Yes, I have questions, and I would imagine everyone does. Go ahead and answer Ianthe's questions, and if we have more, we'll ask. I hope you prepared a warm comfortable place for her and the the babies.




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I hope you prepared a warm comfortable place for her and the the babies.
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congratulations on the kittens =)
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was she hungry
Yes.
Did you find where she had the babies......
No, but I have a good idea.
Are you feeding her and does she have fresh water close to hand.....
Yes.


Thanks everyone for the info. I think I might know where they are. I'm not sure. I'll do more looking once it cools down (it's 90 here).

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And of course pics of the nest and the kittens!!
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Catlover, it is REALLY important you find the kittens and make sure they are all ok.
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Catlover, it is REALLY important you find the kittens and make sure they are all ok.
Oh I know. I have a pretty good idea where they are....one problem.....it's severely weedy, the only way to see is to sickle the weeds; which I can't do incase I could accidently sickle the kittens.

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It's really not good for the kittens (and Angie) to be out in the weeds.....it's too dangerous. Can you move them into your garage, or a spare room, or someplace where they can be protected and watched over?
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