|Purred: Tue Jul 1, '08 8:18pm PST |
| Hugs to you for taking in a kitty who was thrown out because she became pregnant. It's great that your local shelter will take Mollie and the kittens when they are bigger.
Cats usually like to be up higher than the floor, so the table is fine for Mollie to sleep on. You might want to give her more beds to choose from to have her babies. Something as simple as a cardboard box or a clothes basket with towels, blankets or rugs inside, placed inside a cabinet. Make sure there aren't any spaces she can crawl in to hide where you can't reach. One Catster's cat had her kittens in the boards between the basement ceiling and the upstairs floor and she had to wait for the kittens to be old enough to walk out on their own because she couldn't reach them.
Be very, VERY careful that the doors to your washing machine and dryer are always closed because many cats like to sleep inside. There have been many tragedies when people don't check inside before putting their clothes in or grabbing a pile of clothes without realizing a kitten is hiding in the pile.
If you're interested in advice of a medical nature, I have sent you an invite to Dr. Hunter's House of Medicine group where all your questions can be answered.
Purring for you, Mollie and the kittens.
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