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Kitten Corner > Unborn Kittens?
Kashmir

Let sleepin'- cats lie.
 
 
Purred: Sun Jun 1, '08 6:03pm PST 
Hi all this is Kashmere. It was a false alarm! No unborn babies. My doctor said it could have been some after birth that my human mom felt. He said all my babies are doing wonderful ...I suspected they are. They are crawling already; still eyes closed tight but their ears have open so now they can hear me when I yell at them. Gotta go...feeding time!
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Kitten Corner > Unborn Kittens?
Kashmir

Let sleepin'- cats lie.
 
 
Purred: Tue May 27, '08 8:56am PST 
She has an appointment this afternoon with her regular vet to have an ultrasound to see if there are remaining kittens inside her. We're taking all the live kittens with us to the vet as well since she's a very very protective mommy and doesn't leave their sight for more longer than a quick run to the litter box. I'm purchasing her a litter box for the bathroom so she won't have to run to the laundry room and back. Like I said though, she has been a very good mommy and nursing just awesome so other than suspecting there are unborn kittens ..she's good fine.
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Kitten Corner > Unborn Kittens?

Kashmir

Let sleepin'- cats lie.
 
 
Purred: Mon May 26, '08 2:12pm PST 
I'm writing this for Kashmere as she's much too busy caring for her newborn kittens. They were born just this morning - Memorial Day! She has an active litter of 5 kittens but I felt she would have several more since she was absolutely HUGE. I wasn't here for the delivery but I remember when she delivered her first litter of kittens she needed to be 'coached' an awful lot to keep her focused and in active labor.
My concern is: about an hour ago, I was checking in on her and rubbed her tummy a bit and felt what I suspect to be a kitten still inside her. I only felt one but there's a possibility there could be more. With it being the holiday her regular vet is not available to question but what do you think? Should I hold off until tomorrow or try calling the emergency vet hospitals today to see about getting her and her litter in there? I'm concerned about moving them all today being they've already been through quite a lot; especially Kashmere, but I don't want to risk harming her should I find out too late I waited too long to call the hospital.
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Cats & Travel > High cost air travel!?!

Maxwell

Mad Max Beyond- Litterdome
 
 
Purred: Fri Mar 7, '08 7:06am PST 
Hello my good friends! I just wanted to post and let you all know that Kashmere, Szandor and I have arrived via the big white thing in the United States. My human mom says it cost $600 for our tickets on the big white thing, $100 for us to get a health certificate and $325 for us to stay overnight in some place called Milan, Italy. She said Milan has a quaranteen kennel fee. Just something to keep in mind should you ever travel to Italy with your fur children.
I arrived with a scratched up nose, Szandor has a bloody eye and Kashmere was covered in her food but otherwise we are safe and sound.
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Cats & Travel > High cost air travel!?!

Maxwell

Mad Max Beyond- Litterdome
 
 
Purred: Thu Feb 7, '08 8:12pm PST 
Yes it's been a while since I've posted...haven't had computer access. We ended up having to leave Sicily without our cats but are vigorously attempting to get them here to the United States with us. I am just sick without my furchildren.
Maxwell's Mom

PS: We're basically forced to send them as "cargo" since we won't be flying with them...that is unless someone is planning a trip to Italy and wants to bring them back for me. smile
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Cats & Travel > High cost air travel!?!
Maxwell

Mad Max Beyond- Litterdome
 
 
Purred: Mon Dec 31, '07 11:06am PST 
Oh my furballs! We're being moved from our home in Sicily, Italy because our human daddy is getting a new duty station in the United States again. Our human mom just found out the cost to fly us on a military flight is $92 each - not fainting yet even though there's 3 of us flying it's still not horrible. However, if for some reason we can't fly on the military flight - the military has the final say on how we all fly - and if we have to take a commercial flight on AlItalia Airlines the cost to fly us is 130 euro each cat....now I'm feeling faint and seeing starts. 130 euro? that's nearly $200 to fly with peoples luggage???? And we don't even get a movie or a blanket & pillow.
My human mom is broke and in tears over this whole high cost travel issue and my human daddy suggested to her the other night that maybe they should "get rid" of us...I don't even want to know what that means. My human mom says she's not giving up.
Does anyone know who we can talk to about these crazy prices? or does anyone know where we can get some help paying our way on the plane? We have to act super fast too...our plane is supposed to leave on January 7th!
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Cats & Travel > traveling for the first time

Maxwell

Mad Max Beyond- Litterdome
 
 
Purred: Mon Feb 27, '06 9:55am PST 
When we flew from California to Virginia, then on to Spain to our final stop in Sicily, Italy; we wern't able to ride in the cabin either. We got to ride above the luggage in a little room. We were checked in just like luggage at the ticket area where mom & our human kid got their broading passes. We didn't get to ride down that fun looking ride the luggage rode on; some really nice guy took us took the plane on a little motor cart. When we got to Virginia, we got to leave the plane first and went with another guy on a motor cart. He took us to a really nice lady who watched us until Mom came and picked us up. We were in a room inside the airport - I just asked mom what it's called and she said it's called Baggage Claim and it's where you would go if you lost luggage for your airline. She said the flight attendent at the airport you're flying in to should be able to tell you where to pick up your furbaby.
Don't forget to make sure your furbaby has it's shots - the airline will ask to see documentation especially for rabies. You'll need to have a hardshell carrier made for airplane travel too.
Mom and I agree that if it can be avoided, please try not to give your kitty tranquilizers or sedatives.
Have a smooth trip,
Maxwell
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Catster Lifestyle, News & Entertainment > Ideas Please

Maxwell

Mad Max Beyond- Litterdome
 
 
Purred: Sun Feb 26, '06 6:32pm PST 
We had a friend make us a stratching tower out of those tubes that carpet is rolled onto and carpet scraps. Your mom could probably do the same thing but hey, if she's ripping the carpet up maybe she can just use that carpet for your shelves.
Our mom visited a local carpet store and asked them to save us the carpet scraps they had and asked them if she could have one of those tubes.
She went to a lumber yard and asked them for scrap pieces of wood to make the platforms and different levels on our tower. Maybe your mom could ask for scraps to make the shelves and stairs. She could also maybe wrap a small step ladder with twine to use as the stairs. Twine is fun stuff. Remind her not to forget to hang toys from the shelves too!

Maxwell
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Cats & Travel > Traveling in a RV?

Maxwell

Mad Max Beyond- Litterdome
 
 
Purred: Sun Feb 26, '06 6:08pm PST 
Oh that sounds like lots of fun, riding around in an RV!
Maybe your humans can spend a few days living in the RV with you before the big day of the trip, so you'll be used to the place. I bet if they bring your kitty supplies from the house you'll hardly notice the difference. I think the worst part will be hearing the engine start but I think if your on one of your humans laps or in a carrier when the engine starts then you'll feel safe. Maybe after living in the RV for a few days they can take you on short trips; like around the block or something so you get used to moving around in your new traveling home.
I bet you'll find a great hiding spot or two in there too! Let me know how it goes and all the sites you see.
Maxwell
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Cats & Travel > Any tranqulizer suggestions
Maxwell

Mad Max Beyond- Litterdome
 
 
Purred: Sun Feb 26, '06 5:53pm PST 
I've traveled alot and did a big airplane ride last year but I don't mind my carrier at all. I'm one of those cats that sits in the back window in cars. Anyway, If you can handle being covered up and traveling then I would say do that rather than taking medicine. I've heard that some kitties have had some pretty crazy things happen to them from taking medicine. Something I found out is that I used to cry alot when I first rode in the carrier but then my mom started taking me on more and more rides in the carrier and now I only have a little whining that I do for the first few minutes of any trip.
Iwould talk to your doctor about those things I mentioned. I say no tranquilizers!

Maxwell
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