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Cat giving birth

Species: cat | Category: general | Submitted: 17 May 2009 03:27AM | viewed 45994 times
Q Linda asks:

So far, my cat has had 2 kittens and I know there is at least 1 more, as i can feel it moving, however it is nearly 3 hours since the last one was born. Mother is resting, comfortable and not in any pain. Should I be worried? How long should I leave it before I take her to a vet? Thanks.

Q Our vet says: Get her to your vet as soon as you can.

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