Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Very recently our cat had her second litter of kittens, the first litter never had a chance to live, as the mother cat got an infection while pregnant and birthed them while sick! we tried to keep her inside, but as all well and good ideas go, that fell through!, and now are faced with 6 little meowing babies at our mercy!..I was told by several people that if a Queen has more than 5 kittens i should be supplementing the 6th one with artificial milk..can any one tell me if this is true? They all seem to be doing well so far, and it gives me no cause to worry!..thanks so much
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Tuesday, October 12, 2010 | By begonia
Feed and water Queen well and she will produce enough milk for the sixth kitten! Then have her spayed so that she doesn't present you with litter after litter. You and the cat will find it less stressful--there are already enough kittens in the world. Begonia
spaying the cat
Sunday, October 17, 2010 | By leftthesanebehind
we had planned on getting her spayed months ago, before the first litter came along, but then my daughter had wanted to see what real little kittens looked like, so we let her have one litter, they all died, and before we could get her fixed we had to save her life! twice, the vet bill left us drained and we ended up seeing our Queen pregnant again!..this time after the kittens are gone we are getting her fixed..no more litters!
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