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Old July 2nd, 2003, 05:34 PM
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I'm sorry that your vet couldn't be much help to you (may want to find another)... I will try my best but my knowledge of cats to be quite honest is rather limited. With that said, I do recommend that you have your cat spayed after she has the kittens as there are health benefits to spaying companion animals as well as the major benefit of not contributing to pet over population. Here are a few links I found that might help you out a bit.... if you have any questions just ask and I'll try and find the answer for you. Good luck:

Nutrition For the Mother Cat

The Essentials of Kitten Nutrition

Cat Pregnancy

Breeding and Queening Cats
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