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So I found out a little while ago that my precious girl is pregnant! I have noticed a bit of milk coming out from her nipples and she is wondering around just "looking around" lol...I have notcied this for the past 2 days. Is this a sign of labour on its way? Help please!
 

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From what I've seen, most breeders mentor with whom they got their purebred breeding stock from. What does your mentor say?

Your vet should have given you some idea of how far along she was and when she would be due when you took her in for her prenatal visits.. what does your vet say?
 

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From what I've seen, most breeders mentor with whom they got their purebred breeding stock from. What does your mentor say?

Your vet should have given you some idea of how far along she was and when she would be due when you took her in for her prenatal visits.. what does your vet say?
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Sounds like she's getting read to "nest". Decide where you want her to have the kittens.....someplace quiet is best, like a closet away from other cats or pets or busy part of a house/apt.. Prepare a cardboard box, big enough for her to turn around easily, cut out a portion of the side so she can step into it, rather than having to jump in, and line it with shredded newspaper. She may decide to have her kittens somewhere else, and may change her mind several times, but once she starts labor put her in the box. Some cats like to birth by themselves and others may want you nearby, and others may want you sitting by the box and get distressed if you walk away. Is this her first birthing? Don't be surprised if she is pretty restless during the labor phase and doesn't want to stay in the box as she's uncomfortable and doesn't yet know what's happening. So good luck, and hope she has an easy birthing without any complications. :thumb Have a carrier prepared nearby to take her to the vet if it is necessary. Let us know how it goes.
 
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