Breeding and Showing Cats/pregnant cat

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Cwelch wrote at 2013-03-13 03:00:54
My cat had kittens two days ago, and this was my first experience with it. I had all the same questions and worries. I never did see a mucous plug, she was eating (some) and playing the morning she delivered. I noticed she was out of my sight and I found her in my laundry basket digging and biting at my laundry, more digging and this was odd for her! I lifted her out and noticed a wet spot so I took her to the box I prepared and she kept licking herself, then panting, within 10 min she started contracting. First kitten was harder for her (or so it seemed) the remaining kittens came with ease.  It amazes me how nature and instinct kick in, she is a young mama, and will be spayed when these kittens wean.  Good luck!!


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Barbara Azan

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After being in the Cat Fancy since 1969,I am able to answer any questions about cat care, breeding and showing. I am a mentor for beginners. I am knowledgable about all breeds, but my specialty is the Turkish Angora.

Experience

Showing, breeding and teaching since 1969. Have started and aided innumerable new breeders and pet owners with problems and daily care of their cats and kittens.

Organizations belong to
Member of The Cat Fanciers Association Since 1970
Secretary of the Turkish Angora Breed Council of CFA
Secretary of the Turkish Angora Breeders Union.
Member of several Cat Clubs for all the thirty four years of my association with pedigreed cats!

Publications
Cat Fanciers Almanac
Cat Fancy Magazine
Cats Magazine
CFA yearbook

Education/Credentials
Hunter College, NYC

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