Re: My cat is having kittens and the bottom is coming out...
I would definitely call your local Vet. They will help you and talk you through what you need to do. If it is bad they will have you come in and they will help you out I think when you know your pet is about to give birth to have the animal hospital on speed dial so you can call them just in case of an emergency. http://www.centersinaianimalhospital.com
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If she is one year old or less then get her spayed or else she will act more crazy at times and then have a whole bunch of kittens. They will be super-cute then grow up and become annoying (for a longer time than they were cute) and require food and water and petting and also they will have a whole bunch of kittens. Then that will keep happening and you will get a large number of cats running around and they will often be hit by a car trying to run across and find food without proper parenting such as my cat Simon would do (though sometimes I think he teaches them to run into the road on purpose, if he doesn't like them.) Also I bet by now your cat has calmed down a bit. Cats have moods where sometimes they feel like HUNTING (especially around dawn and at twilight) and most of the time they feel like sleeping, so if you can catch her when she is getting into sleepy mode then you will have an easy time getting her collar on.
Sounds like a cutie and a keeper.. i was told by a few vets (i get more than one oppinion) not to feed any cat tuna fish, it really dont hurt most but there is a few cats out there like mine was and you never give a can tuna.. I have had the same problem not to long ago and he was fine. The vet even said the young can take alot more.. :) and for the shivers i put a towl in the dryer so hes warm and dries easy..
would avoid using Silica gel litter in a kittens litter box and wait until they
are slightly older. Young kittens are
prone to tasting cat litter (simply out of curiosity). Silica crystals can be harmful if ingested
and for this reason alone should not be used.
As an owner of a female cat who has had 7 liters of kittens, I consider myself an expert with respect to your question.
First thing you need to do is to get a box that is big enough for both, your cat and the kittens. (at leas 18 inches wide and 24 inches long by 8 inches deep.)
Second, place a towel in the bottom of the box.
Third, place the box where you need it to be - preferably in an out of the way place where your cat can get to it as well as food, water and her liter box when she needs to.
Fourth, Take her to the box and sit her just outside of it. (Don't put her in it.) Show her the box - and maybe put a little cat-nip in the box, but it has to be her idea to get in it and feel comfortable. When it's time, she'll begin looking for a suitable place to give birth. The plan is to get her to use the box and not deliver under the living room couch.
When she gets in the box, stroke her and speak to her in a calm voice. Let her know that it is OK to be in the box. She'll get to like the box and will probably sleep in it the night before having her kittens - to show it is now her territory.
If she has the kittens outside of the box, wait a couple of hours after she gives birth and take all of the kittens to the box. She'll follow.