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Planetary aspects suggest she & kittens bear watching for trouble though. Possible infection, mastitis, do watch her for a couple 3 weeks.
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oh wow...thanks for the heads up Dawa...I'm worried again...I wasn't last night but now I am...

hf
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Aww..be calm and aware. Normally I wouldn't say anything and just trust the right thing will be done at the right time with how you can sense things on your own.

All I can say is her littleness could mean she needs assistance of a vet. Usually it goes smooth on their own, but sometimes labor symptoms in a kitty are pretty quick by just a few hours..not prolonged. At least call a vet for some advice and settle your mind about what is going on with her.
Then again sometimes med assistants can be schmucks by too much or too little...up to you, sweetheart.
Please keep us posted,and hey, what is her name prithee tell?
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yes maybe I should call the vet...good idea...see what they say. Her name is Kalika...named after the goddess Kali

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I'm gonna call now thanks AC! :)
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Oh, one more thing. When she has 'em make certain there's not a little straggler still in there. Sometimes life insists we have to be 100% present..and stay with the situation and maintain good attention for a few weeks..I'm just thinking this is half the saga and do NOT want to worry you. Paying attention makes all the difference here which is always a relief!
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Oh, one more thing. When she has 'em make certain there's not a little straggler still in there. Sometimes life insists we have to be 100% present..and stay with the situation and maintain good attention for a few weeks..I'm just thinking this is half the saga and do NOT want to worry you. Paying attention makes all the difference here which is always a relief!
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okay...I certanily will. I understand appreciate your thoughts on this. I just called the emergency vet clinic...the lady on phone told me she would have the vet call me before lunch. So I will post what he says.

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Oh, one more thing. When she has 'em make certain there's not a little straggler still in there. Sometimes life insists we have to be 100% present..and stay with the situation and maintain good attention for a few weeks..I'm just thinking this is half the saga and do NOT want to worry you. Paying attention makes all the difference here which is always a relief!
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okay...I certanily will. I understand appreciate your thoughts on this. I just called the emergency vet clinic...the lady on phone told me she would have the vet call me before lunch. So I will post what he says.

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Uh, didn't mean "Obama" on the Yes We Can button. Politics go anywhere but on this thread. Not signed in so can't delete.

My warm thoughts are with you and little Kalika, OP.
All is well, trust yourself! :)
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Called the vet...he called me back at 2 said before lunch but whatever...vet asked me all sort of q's when was the last time she ate? the last time she threw up? How long has she been pushing for? etc...

She last ate yesterday...last threw up right before vet called back. She is not eating I took up the food...she is just sleeping and every so often just laying on her side and you can see her trying to push. The vet told me it could take up to 24hrs for her when first started to push. Said it was up to me to bring her in. I want to bring her in just in case...but was shot down by my bf...he said he will not spend over a hundred dollars when she just might have these babies in the next few hours. I am so pissed right now! I have been laying with her. Seems she wants me around. She is not crying out in pain or anything like that...which the vet also asked me about.

This is such a process...again I will say the words I don't know!! :(

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Uh, didn't mean "Obama" on the Yes We Can button. Politics go anywhere but on this thread. Not signed in so can't delete.

My warm thoughts are with you and little Kalika, OP.
All is well, trust yourself! :)
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Thank you AC I'm trying to...

have a good night :)

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The kitteh instinctively knows what to do. It is the OP who needs to relax and let nature take it's course. If she takes a nice large box with a u shaped opening cut in the front for easy access, puts some towels in it, and puts it in the closet her cat is sleeping in she will probably have her kittens there. I had a 1 - 1 1/2 year old who had 5 kittens. She was checking out closets and cabinets so I put a few boxes here and there in the places she was looking and let her pick one. She ended up in the back of the closet. She only needed some assistance with the last one because I think she got tired. Also make sure it is a secure location, like a closet, where you can just close the door and let her be otherwise she may try to move them to another spot in the house.

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Remember that any day spent in development for the unborn kittens is very beneficial because of their short gestation period. You do not want them born even one day early!

Be patient. And keep in mind that a C section would be very upsetting for the mom and should be a last resort. Just like humans, there won't be any real progress until after the first sac breaks which you should be able to detect from the excess moisture. After that, your first kitteh should come along within a couple of hours.

Another rather unpleasant thought is that it is beneficial for the mother to consume at least one or two of the placentas as they give her certain hormones to start lactation. And other things. You do want that milk started soon as possible because kittehs tend to cry!
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Remember that any day spent in development for the unborn kittens is very beneficial because of their short gestation period. You do not want them born even one day early!

Be patient. And keep in mind that a C section would be very upsetting for the mom and should be a last resort. Just like humans, there won't be any real progress until after the first sac breaks which you should be able to detect from the excess moisture. After that, your first kitteh should come along within a couple of hours.

Another rather unpleasant thought is that it is beneficial for the mother to consume at least one or two of the placentas as they give her certain hormones to start lactation. And other things. You do want that milk started soon as possible because kittehs tend to cry!
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Well, you know not everything works according to expectation ALL the time.
Sometimes you have to intervene.

Most animals are born at the full moon or just after (plus I am a decent astrologer) and what is developing here is something more that needs to be addressed imho.

You know, OP please do what needs to be done for her sake.
I've seen many kittens being born and this doesn't fit the pattern.
Screw authority or pressure from your BF. Do what you know is right for her and get her some medical intervention.

I don't know how many times in life I had to act in behalf of somebody who depended on me against all opinion.

Now's your chance to say "To hell l won't" and help her the way your heart tells you.
What's the worst, Kalika is fine if you're wrong. So what? What if she isn't and you don't grab the reigns she might not make it. Then you'll be sad and angry with yourself for listening when you could have done something. I would spend my last dime for any critter that depends on me. Unless we're talking thousands that i just don't have..but I would make that clear you are preventing complications.

I'll contribute a few bucks and you might ask if the emergency clinic which overcharges is the right place. Search for a good rep vet and get her in immediately. These emergency people way overcharge...and well, not too bright to say what they did when your Kali might need help today and they can't assess her by assuming over the phone.

Ask me if you need help I'll figure a way even tho I don't have glp freedom to trade info.
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Remember that any day spent in development for the unborn kittens is very beneficial because of their short gestation period. You do not want them born even one day early!

Be patient. And keep in mind that a C section would be very upsetting for the mom and should be a last resort. Just like humans, there won't be any real progress until after the first sac breaks which you should be able to detect from the excess moisture. After that, your first kitteh should come along within a couple of hours.

Another rather unpleasant thought is that it is beneficial for the mother to consume at least one or two of the placentas as they give her certain hormones to start lactation. And other things. You do want that milk started soon as possible because kittehs tend to cry!
 Quoting: Bluebird


Well, you know not everything works according to expectation ALL the time.
Sometimes you have to intervene.

Most animals are born at the full moon or just after (plus I am a decent astrologer) and what is developing here is something more that needs to be addressed imho.

You know, OP please do what needs to be done for her sake.
I've seen many kittens being born and this doesn't fit the pattern.
Screw authority or pressure from your BF. Do what you know is right for her and get her some medical intervention.

I don't know how many times in life I had to act in behalf of somebody who depended on me against all opinion.

Now's your chance to say "To hell l won't" and help her the way your heart tells you.
What's the worst, Kalika is fine if you're wrong. So what? What if she isn't and you don't grab the reigns she might not make it. Then you'll be sad and angry with yourself for listening when you could have done something. I would spend my last dime for any critter that depends on me. Unless we're talking thousands that i just don't have..but I would make that clear you are preventing complications.

I'll contribute a few bucks and you might ask if the emergency clinic which overcharges is the right place. Search for a good rep vet and get her in immediately. These emergency people way overcharge...and well, not too bright to say what they did when your Kali might need help today and they can't assess her by assuming over the phone.

Ask me if you need help I'll figure a way even tho I don't have glp freedom to trade info.
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Maybe you shouldn't be trying to scare the OP to death either because you have a "feeling".
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So I have a very small cat named Kalika who is pregnant and I think she is about to have the kittens any day now.

I was reading all sorts of stuff on the net...even watched a few youtube vids.

My questions are:

Kalika's temp today 100.8 I read 100 or under means she will give birth within 24hrs...should I be on constant watch now?

Also I got string...Petraluem Jelly and gloves in case of problems...should I have anything else on hand? I am worried because she is a tiny cat so she might have complications. Anyone who has owned a tiny momma cat that has had kittens please chime in here...this is my biggest worry right now.

Last one she follows me around constantly lately...so I think she will be wanting me around when she does go into labor...maybe for support? I am scared and excited. This is my first time I ever had a cat who got pg. Sure we had them growing up as a girl from time to time but I never really paid attention to what my mother did and besides I was young so I never got to see it first hand that time or I was not around when it happened. lol

Any tips are appreciated! Thanks guys :)

kitty

hf
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Have some white thread and scissors ready. You might have to cut and tie off a cord. Be carefull with a breech. They are very common. You might want to massage her belly when she is in labor. Have you felt her belly to determine how many babies she is carrying? If she is a small cat, you might be able to tell how many to expect. Have someone with you for the delivery, in case there are any complications. You might have to suction out the babies mouths and nose. An eyedropper would work.
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Remember that any day spent in development for the unborn kittens is very beneficial because of their short gestation period. You do not want them born even one day early!

Be patient. And keep in mind that a C section would be very upsetting for the mom and should be a last resort. Just like humans, there won't be any real progress until after the first sac breaks which you should be able to detect from the excess moisture. After that, your first kitteh should come along within a couple of hours.

Another rather unpleasant thought is that it is beneficial for the mother to consume at least one or two of the placentas as they give her certain hormones to start lactation. And other things. You do want that milk started soon as possible because kittehs tend to cry!
 Quoting: Bluebird


Well, you know not everything works according to expectation ALL the time.
Sometimes you have to intervene.

Most animals are born at the full moon or just after (plus I am a decent astrologer) and what is developing here is something more that needs to be addressed imho.

You know, OP please do what needs to be done for her sake.
I've seen many kittens being born and this doesn't fit the pattern.
Screw authority or pressure from your BF. Do what you know is right for her and get her some medical intervention.

I don't know how many times in life I had to act in behalf of somebody who depended on me against all opinion.

Now's your chance to say "To hell l won't" and help her the way your heart tells you.
What's the worst, Kalika is fine if you're wrong. So what? What if she isn't and you don't grab the reigns she might not make it. Then you'll be sad and angry with yourself for listening when you could have done something. I would spend my last dime for any critter that depends on me. Unless we're talking thousands that i just don't have..but I would make that clear you are preventing complications.

I'll contribute a few bucks and you might ask if the emergency clinic which overcharges is the right place. Search for a good rep vet and get her in immediately. These emergency people way overcharge...and well, not too bright to say what they did when your Kali might need help today and they can't assess her by assuming over the phone.

Ask me if you need help I'll figure a way even tho I don't have glp freedom to trade info.
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Maybe you shouldn't be trying to scare the OP to death either because you have a "feeling".
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Sure, I get that. I tried to leave the space open and said so a few times if you care to find my posts and see for yourself to just be aware and trust her own instincts.
I guess I changed my tone when I noticed she was allowing her Bf and assumptions being made by the vet without seeing her.

I also offer to help some if $ is an obstacle.

Oh, bah. I've explained enough and you're too lazy to read.
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Guys made a appt to take the cat into the vet at 10:30 am first appt they had. Anyway Before the appointment I noticed a kittys head hanging out of her. At this point she had not had any more contractions. She stopped pushing from what I saw since late last night. She did not push at all this morning when I was around but here was this baby kittys head hanging half out and no sac at all around it. I knew the kitty was dead :( I tried to pull the little kitty out but stopped cause I couldn't do it. I got to the vet earlier than my appt. About 10 am they vet took her back right away. Yes he got the baby out and another one came out after that both were super tiny and would not have made it either way...

In the end....I decided to get her spayed and blood work done etc. The vet said that this was probably the best bet cause no sacs came out of her or placentas. They were still in there. Plus any babies that might be in there still are probably like the first two...

Got blood work back she has a mild infection...but all organs and everything was good there.

She is now as we speak getting surgery...no kittys. I tried...to do everything I could for my Kalika and her babies...I tried to be prepared.

In my heart I knew something was gonna go wrong...I seen it...the reason for the thread in the first place. I am so sad how all of this happened....but my Kalika will be fine and will be home on antibiotics tomorrow.

Yes I had to go through my BF he brings home the money...He is soooo pissed...after everything...we will be paying 400.00 for her. I don't care let him be pissed. She's my baby...I told him let this be my bday present. So that's everything...thank you for all your posts. All your good thoughts and advice. This just was not meant to be for Kalika.

I do hope this thread can help others in the future who has questions about a tiny pregnant cat. Hopefully for them the outcome will be better...

hf

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Aww, sweetie, I'm so sorry it came to this. 9 times out of 10 there isn't a problem. You and your little one were the 1 in 10. I'm glad Kali will be ok.
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Aww, sweetie, I'm so sorry it came to this. 9 times out of 10 there isn't a problem. You and your little one were the 1 in 10. I'm glad Kali will be ok.
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Thank you Texan. Trying to hold back the tears for the kittys but I can't. I wanted to see her care for them or if she didn't I would have. Now I got to explain things to my son who gets home soon. Yes we were the 1 in 10 but she will be better and fixed and back to her old self. I lost the babies...but I didn't lose Kalika. That is a blessing to still have my cat and she will be okay. Have a good day Texan...

hugs

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Guys made a appt to take the cat into the vet at 10:30 am first appt they had. Anyway Before the appointment I noticed a kittys head hanging out of her. At this point she had not had any more contractions. She stopped pushing from what I saw since late last night. She did not push at all this morning when I was around but here was this baby kittys head hanging half out and no sac at all around it. I knew the kitty was dead :( I tried to pull the little kitty out but stopped cause I couldn't do it. I got to the vet earlier than my appt. About 10 am they vet took her back right away. Yes he got the baby out and another one came out after that both were super tiny and would not have made it either way...

In the end....I decided to get her spayed and blood work done etc. The vet said that this was probably the best bet cause no sacs came out of her or placentas. They were still in there. Plus any babies that might be in there still are probably like the first two...

Got blood work back she has a mild infection...but all organs and everything was good there.

She is now as we speak getting surgery...no kittys. I tried...to do everything I could for my Kalika and her babies...I tried to be prepared.

In my heart I knew something was gonna go wrong...I seen it...the reason for the thread in the first place. I am so sad how all of this happened....but my Kalika will be fine and will be home on antibiotics tomorrow.

Yes I had to go through my BF he brings home the money...He is soooo pissed...after everything...we will be paying 400.00 for her. I don't care let him be pissed. She's my baby...I told him let this be my bday present. So that's everything...thank you for all your posts. All your good thoughts and advice. This just was not meant to be for Kalika.

I do hope this thread can help others in the future who has questions about a tiny pregnant cat. Hopefully for them the outcome will be better...

hf
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I am so sorry for the loss of the kittens. My heart goes out to you !hf
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Guys made a appt to take the cat into the vet at 10:30 am first appt they had. Anyway Before the appointment I noticed a kittys head hanging out of her. At this point she had not had any more contractions. She stopped pushing from what I saw since late last night. She did not push at all this morning when I was around but here was this baby kittys head hanging half out and no sac at all around it. I knew the kitty was dead :( I tried to pull the little kitty out but stopped cause I couldn't do it. I got to the vet earlier than my appt. About 10 am they vet took her back right away. Yes he got the baby out and another one came out after that both were super tiny and would not have made it either way...

In the end....I decided to get her spayed and blood work done etc. The vet said that this was probably the best bet cause no sacs came out of her or placentas. They were still in there. Plus any babies that might be in there still are probably like the first two...

Got blood work back she has a mild infection...but all organs and everything was good there.

She is now as we speak getting surgery...no kittys. I tried...to do everything I could for my Kalika and her babies...I tried to be prepared.

In my heart I knew something was gonna go wrong...I seen it...the reason for the thread in the first place. I am so sad how all of this happened....but my Kalika will be fine and will be home on antibiotics tomorrow.

Yes I had to go through my BF he brings home the money...He is soooo pissed...after everything...we will be paying 400.00 for her. I don't care let him be pissed. She's my baby...I told him let this be my bday present. So that's everything...thank you for all your posts. All your good thoughts and advice. This just was not meant to be for Kalika.

I do hope this thread can help others in the future who has questions about a tiny pregnant cat. Hopefully for them the outcome will be better...

hf
 Quoting: Spirit666


I am so sorry for the loss of the kittens. My heart goes out to you !hf
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Awww thanks Tiger 1 hugs She is home now and resting with that little cone on her head she hates it. lol but she is fine. Got some antibiotics for her in pill form. That's gonna be fun trying to get her to swallow them tonight. I want to take the cone off of her so bad...but the vet said leave it on for two weeks sigh...that's a long time lol

Have a good day Tiger!

hf
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Guys made a appt to take the cat into the vet at 10:30 am first appt they had. Anyway Before the appointment I noticed a kittys head hanging out of her. At this point she had not had any more contractions. She stopped pushing from what I saw since late last night. She did not push at all this morning when I was around but here was this baby kittys head hanging half out and no sac at all around it. I knew the kitty was dead :( I tried to pull the little kitty out but stopped cause I couldn't do it. I got to the vet earlier than my appt. About 10 am they vet took her back right away. Yes he got the baby out and another one came out after that both were super tiny and would not have made it either way...

In the end....I decided to get her spayed and blood work done etc. The vet said that this was probably the best bet cause no sacs came out of her or placentas. They were still in there. Plus any babies that might be in there still are probably like the first two...

Got blood work back she has a mild infection...but all organs and everything was good there.

She is now as we speak getting surgery...no kittys. I tried...to do everything I could for my Kalika and her babies...I tried to be prepared.

In my heart I knew something was gonna go wrong...I seen it...the reason for the thread in the first place. I am so sad how all of this happened....but my Kalika will be fine and will be home on antibiotics tomorrow.

Yes I had to go through my BF he brings home the money...He is soooo pissed...after everything...we will be paying 400.00 for her. I don't care let him be pissed. She's my baby...I told him let this be my bday present. So that's everything...thank you for all your posts. All your good thoughts and advice. This just was not meant to be for Kalika.

I do hope this thread can help others in the future who has questions about a tiny pregnant cat. Hopefully for them the outcome will be better...

hf
 Quoting: Spirit666


I am so sorry for the loss of the kittens. My heart goes out to you !hf
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Awww thanks Tiger 1 hugs She is home now and resting with that little cone on her head she hates it. lol but she is fine. Got some antibiotics for her in pill form. That's gonna be fun trying to get her to swallow them tonight. I want to take the cone off of her so bad...but the vet said leave it on for two weeks sigh...that's a long time lol

Have a good day Tiger!

hf
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IF they are capsules, you might try to break them open and mix the contents in with her food, the same for pills, but crush them. Another thing you can do, is pulverize the pills, mix them with a little bit of water, and use an eyedropper to get them down her throat. Cats are very difficult to give medicine to. I have 3 cats, and 2 of them are total hellions to give medicine to. You really need two people, one to hold the cat, and one to pry the mouth open and dispense the meds. I have got bit quite a few times. :( You gotta do what you gotta do !!!

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Re: Questions about a very tiny pregnant cat
The cone seems to bug them more take it off when you can watch her.
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Don't let Brief near your cat again.
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Nah, he's into chickens.
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Oh my! slaphim
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Guys made a appt to take the cat into the vet at 10:30 am first appt they had. Anyway Before the appointment I noticed a kittys head hanging out of her. At this point she had not had any more contractions. She stopped pushing from what I saw since late last night. She did not push at all this morning when I was around but here was this baby kittys head hanging half out and no sac at all around it. I knew the kitty was dead :( I tried to pull the little kitty out but stopped cause I couldn't do it. I got to the vet earlier than my appt. About 10 am they vet took her back right away. Yes he got the baby out and another one came out after that both were super tiny and would not have made it either way...

In the end....I decided to get her spayed and blood work done etc. The vet said that this was probably the best bet cause no sacs came out of her or placentas. They were still in there. Plus any babies that might be in there still are probably like the first two...

Got blood work back she has a mild infection...but all organs and everything was good there.

She is now as we speak getting surgery...no kittys. I tried...to do everything I could for my Kalika and her babies...I tried to be prepared.

In my heart I knew something was gonna go wrong...I seen it...the reason for the thread in the first place. I am so sad how all of this happened....but my Kalika will be fine and will be home on antibiotics tomorrow.

Yes I had to go through my BF he brings home the money...He is soooo pissed...after everything...we will be paying 400.00 for her. I don't care let him be pissed. She's my baby...I told him let this be my bday present. So that's everything...thank you for all your posts. All your good thoughts and advice. This just was not meant to be for Kalika.

I do hope this thread can help others in the future who has questions about a tiny pregnant cat. Hopefully for them the outcome will be better...

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I am so sorry for the loss of the kittens. My heart goes out to you !hf
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Awww thanks Tiger 1 hugs She is home now and resting with that little cone on her head she hates it. lol but she is fine. Got some antibiotics for her in pill form. That's gonna be fun trying to get her to swallow them tonight. I want to take the cone off of her so bad...but the vet said leave it on for two weeks sigh...that's a long time lol

Have a good day Tiger!

hf
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IF they are capsules, you might try to break them open and mix the contents in with her food, the same for pills, but crush them. Another thing you can do, is pulverize the pills, mix them with a little bit of water, and use an eyedropper to get them down her throat. Cats are very difficult to give medicine to. I have 3 cats, and 2 of them are total hellions to give medicine to. You really need two people, one to hold the cat, and one to pry the mouth open and dispense the meds. I have got bit quite a few times. :( You gotta do what you gotta do !!!
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Neither are capsules...but I held her mouth open while my son put the pill in her mouth. It took like 5 tries but we finally got her to swollow them. I think tomorrow I will try crushing them and mixing in with her food. Never thought about using the eyedropper. Good idea with the water. Thanks you so much. I did get bit once today...but she didn't mean it lol

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The cone seems to bug them more take it off when you can watch her.
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You know when my male cat batman had his surgery done...he didn't have a cone. Then again he had like two stitches. Now Kalika has like 5 or 6 it's a bigger incision so I think I will wait like 3 days...cause she's trying to lick there with the cone. I would hate for her to tear those out :(

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verysad Sorry to hear...hope she has a speedy healing though!

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verysad Sorry to hear...hope she has a speedy healing though!

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Me too !

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