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Cat Health > I think my cat's pregnant!
Stella

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Purred: Sun Apr 13, '14 10:50am PST 
It's Stella. She is certainly not too young to get pregnant, We have had kittens as young as 5 mos. get pregnant, and have heard of one only 4 mos. About 6 mos. is the average age of pregnancy for a healthy cat who lives where male cats have access. And 6 mos. is not too young for a male, either.

It certainly sounds like your cat is pregnant and if the vet you are going to can't tell or isn't sure, get another vet. After the kittens are born and sent to new homes, check around for a charity that will do cheap spaying. There is always someone, although there may be a waiting list.

Purrs to you and the kittens! wave
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Get Well Soon > The New Home of Hazel Lucy's List for Kitties in Need of Purrs
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Purred: Fri Apr 11, '14 10:32am PST 
It's Stella. Tambolina is home with her family! She is eating and all systems seem to be working. She is still into the terrified and looking for a hiding place mode, but she is being kept in a large dog kennel with lots of soft things to lay on and hide under, so perhaps she will calm down soon. And the dogs who were living with her at home are moving out for good at the end of the month, so things will be looking up even more. But let's all keep purring for her while she is still in pain and healing. Purrs!!! hug wave
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Other Meows & Purrs > Fake Cats? Huh?

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Purred: Tue Apr 8, '14 4:27pm PST 
It's Stella. Tambi came through her operation with flying colors!
She is resting comfortably at the vet's surgery, as they call it at the UK, and her person can go and see her tomorrow afternoon. She still needs lots of purrs, though, as the 24 hours after surgery are the second most dangerous time. But Jan is just so happy that she made it through and so grateful to any and all who helped with her surgery costs. Sadly, there is no NHS for cats in the UK.

Giant purrs from all of us for the beautiful Tambolina! hug wave cat on moon
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Get Well Soon > The New Home of Hazel Lucy's List for Kitties in Need of Purrs

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Purred: Tue Apr 8, '14 11:01am PST 
It's Stella. Tambolina has made it through surgery, according to Jan's post on Granddad Conrad's Facebook page. It will be a painful recovery, due to having to have her chest opened, so let's all purr for the best recovery possible. Giant Gray purrs from us! hug wave
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Get Well Soon > The New Home of Hazel Lucy's List for Kitties in Need of Purrs

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Purred: Mon Apr 7, '14 10:48am PST 
It's Stella. Tomorrow our dear friend Tmabolina will be going to surgery for a complicated, life-threatening condition. My person does not know how to link to her page, but if everyone could pray and purr very hard for her, it would be great. Catster can do anything if only we all try. PURRS!!! hug
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Other Meows & Purrs > Fake Cats? Huh?
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Purred: Fri Apr 4, '14 11:50am PST 
It's Stella. I just wanted to post that our dear Tambolina is going to have a serious operation on Tues. 4/8. She has a growth that needs to be removed and getting to it is major and delicate surgery. The vet decided that it can't wait any longer.

We will all be purring for her here, but our person is doing very badly and may not be able to post around that date so she wanted to make sure that you all knew. Jan and Tambi could use all the support that you can give. Giant purrs to everyone here, you are a wonderful bunch of people and cats.
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Kitten Corner > Now that I found the kittens, will the mom move them?

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Purred: Fri Apr 4, '14 11:44am PST 
I(t's Stella. Keep putting food out for the momcat, When the kittens get older and can lick from a dish, you can give them and mom kitten milk replacement--KMR--you can buy it at any pet store or Wal-Mart. Also when the kittens have opened their eyes, pet them and touch them, so they get used to the presence and touch of humans. Good luck, we three feral rescues are all purring for you! wave
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Kitten Corner > Now that I found the kittens, will the mom move them?

Stella

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Purred: Thu Apr 3, '14 11:45am PST 
It's Stella. Are the kittens still around?

We now have coyotes big time, so no more feral cats. When my Momcat and our family lived here, there were no coyotes. She had three litters in the woods here and brought them here to my person to eat. She disappeared when the last two kittens were just weaned, and my person took them in. We think the coyotes took Momcat.

Purring for your kitties! hug wave
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Kitten Corner > Now that I found the kittens, will the mom move them?

Stella

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Purred: Wed Apr 2, '14 7:53pm PST 
It's Stella. Maybe not. Put some food near the location of the kittens for the mother cat. If you can keep her coming back for food, you can have access to the kittens when they get older and can be taken from the mother. Is there any way you can get a humane trap and catch the mother when you are ready to take the kittens? wave
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Behavior & Training > Stray cat
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Purred: Thu Mar 27, '14 10:31am PST 
It's Stella. Most likely is that it's a tomcat looking for a lady cat. He can see your kitty but can't smell her, so he hopes that she is interested. Given the number of spayed cats, it is very difficult for a male cat to find an available lady cat, and if it is a young and inexperienced male it will try anything. Has he been marking anywhere around your house with strong smelling urine? At one point we were two spayed lady cats and two neutered males here, and tomcats were coming and marking around the door of our house and on the deck. This went on for months and it is hard to remove the smell from our deck which is old and porous and held onto the smell.

These days, it also could be a cat dumped by an owner who cannot afford to feed it. If it is friendly enough, check to see whether it is male or female. Do you have a no-kill shelter anywhere near you?
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