plz assist!! soo worried

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Purred: Mon Apr 15, '13 5:45am PST 
i have been taking care of a ferral cat for some time now and she was pregnant but she dropped a few days ago but i didn't know where, this morning my neighbour brought them over in a box and when i tried putting her in with them she growled and hissed and ran away, it has just been over 2 hours and i am worried she wont take care of them. is there anything i can do to encourage her to nurse them?

George,- Mary & Willy- Darcy

In Residence at- Pemberly
Purred: Tue Apr 16, '13 11:59am PST 
Have never had to ch a situation, but suggest you call a vet's office, or any local Cat Rescue Group or your local animal shelter. Bless you for saving these little babies. Please keep us posted.

The New Orleans Kitties