As soon as her highness is out of heat, I would take her to the vet for spaying. My guess is she'll be in heat again within a couple of weeks. That will let the kittens "out of jail" for a little while, and Doodles will be much easier to live with. I'm surprised that she's hissing at you, however. I haven't experienced that. She hasn't been outside, has she? And she's current on her shots?
Good luck, Yanikin. Maybe someday you'll be allowed the run of your house again! :wink:
She's not in heat she's pregnant, quite heavily I might add. I'm definitely getting her spayed after this litter tho. I'm actually a sorry for letting her get pregnant this time, seems to be taking it out of her, poor thing.
I reckon she's just hissing at me coz she knows how clumsy I am and warning me off. lol!
Oh, Yanikin, I knew that. Where's my head? :?: I know you feel bad about it. It is hard on them to have one litter after another. I know that you realize that females can get pregnant while still nursing, but I read in CFA that it is possible when the kittens are only four days old. That was a shock! So I'd watch that wee rascal who thinks he's mature enough to bite necks. Of course, you'll watch that no other Toms can get in the house. How close is Doodles to delivery?
I reckon she's due around the beginning of August. She didn't show any interest in going out for weeks with her first litter so hopefully I can keep her safe.
As for the wee rascal, I'm keeping him seperated from the girls (unless closely supervised) unitl he gets fixed. I feel terrible that he can't play with his sister all the time but it's for the best and it's only for one more month. It's better to be safe than sorry.
Why do they have to be separated? I don't know much about this but it made me raise my eyebrows because I had to separate 2 four weeks old brothers because the more energetic one was sucking on the other one's wee wee!