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tamborine | 11:52 Sat 04th Jul 2020 | Animals & Nature
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She yells all day, follows & trips me up, sleeps on me till I lock her separately. She wets everywhere & due to birth in 3weeks. Her mate has disappeared. She feeds as normal.

Whats wrong with her?

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Have you tried Feliway? This helps to calm cats down but I suspect it may be the pregnancy that is affecting her behaviour.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=feliway+plug+in+for+cats
She's pregnant! Did you breed her on purpose and have you got homes for the kittens?
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Will try that. She had kittens before but never behaved like this. Is she yelling for her mate?
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Not bred on purpose but her mate is her son
oh that's a really good idea....NOT
why don't you spay her?
Her mate is her son!!??

Who knows what she's yelling for but I agree with Woof. You must get her spayed after this litter, Tambo. Not only will she not have to go through another pregnancy but she will calm down as well. It's for her own good.
Get the son neutered while you're at it. Goodness knows how many other cats he's mated with.
The tom cat has done a runner, pasta. Probably impregnated dozens of cats by now
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Tom is about 7mts old - am only presuming she is pregnant tho I cant feel any kits, she has put on weight.
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and her teets are showing
Take her to the vet and get her checked out as soon as. You will know one way or the other and if she isn't pregnant, get her booked in for a spay straight away.
How did you know she was due in 3 weeks if you don't know whether she is pregnant or not?
Why haven't you already taken her to the vet?
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I saw the som trying to mount her but she fought him off.

Vet gave her antibiotic & said she wasnt pregnant. Am still puzzled as I think she is hormonal/not herself.
Could be a phantom pregnancy
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She is so needy and noisey. Ive locked her away for some peace.
Seems a bit off, if she’s needy, fuss her and try and calm her - you wouldn’t lock a baby or child away ‘for a bit of peace’.
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Iluvmarge, There are so many cat owners on here who I thought might have answers. The vet didnt really help either as the cat is the same yowling at me.
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Sherrard this is a cat not a child & it will not rule my life.
Could she have a urine infection if she is peeing everywhere and it might hurt when she goes

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