I’m big on spaying and neutering your animals. Unless you’re breeding and you plan on getting shots for them all and selling them, I think you should get your animals fixed. We have always had our dogs spayed as soon as they were old enough, same goes for our cats. Well it didn’t work out that way with my beloved Abbi. I’ve suspected it for the last month but wasn’t sure. Today I felt the babies move!! Total amazement. I’ve never had a cat get pregnant.
My Mom bred Rottweilers when I was young but she did everything, I just watched. I remember it being amazing though watching her give birth and clean her babies. I’m looking forward to Abbi having her babies and watching her be a mom for the first time. I kind of feel like I’m gonna be a Grammy!! Bailey is thrilled and very protective of her. Jason is too although he’d never admit it. He loves her so much. He said we get to keep one!!! I already have homes for the others and as soon as Abbi is able she will get spayed along with the new kitten. I think she’ll be a very good mom and I’m curious to see her interact with them.
I’m guessing she has probably 3-4 weeks left considering I was told that you start to feel them move around 5 weeks. I think they are only pregnant for 8 weeks right? Anyone know? Any information would help, I’m a little nervous. I have names picked out already but Jason says no on “Allie” because he’s saving that name for our next dog. We’ll see:) Noah for a boy…Allie or Noah, from The Notebook. I wanted to name Abbi, Allie but Abbi just fit her perfectly. So if anyone has any advice, I know she’s only a cat and she’ll do everything on her own but like I said in the beginning she’s more like my child than just a cat.