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Old 09-04-2008, 04:06 PM
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Default Emot Pregnant, No Signs of Giving Birth...

Hello frens.. need ur opinions on emot...

She's now heavily pregnant.. not sure how many weeks... She's pregnant after she got catnapped ( that is a few weeks after lar.. ) so roughly end of june... let's say the date is 280608, so roughly she would be 69 days pregnant.. the thing is i'm not sure she was conceived earyl july or june so thats why the calculations all mixed up n theory only...

now she's not giving any signs of delivering...still running around.. but she feels most comforatble sleeping or lepak-king on me... should i be worried..?

pls advise.. thanks.....
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Old 09-08-2008, 04:46 PM
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Hi filin

perhaps you want to take your emot to see a vet for checkup to ensure all it's okay. also to ensure there's no breach birthing. lesson learned through samantha's kitten. samantha was also overdue roughly by about a week or so by our estimates. she gave birth finally but with 1 breach. there may be or may not be a link here but i'd advise you to take emot to see vet for final checkup. you could do x-ray to find out how many kitties to expect and whether any is in breach condition.

just be patient. emot will let you know once she's ready. just ensure that she has relative safe place (in her perspective) to birth, quiet and away from the busy traffic traffic in yours (away from humans as well as away from other cats).

then after that take emot for neutering.

good luck
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