cat bleeding after giving birth

my cat has 6 babies 2 days ago 2 of the cats died so she has 4 left my cat keeps bleeding from her 'private area' what do i do to make the bleeding stop and is it healthy for the kittys to be drinking her milk

It is very important that the kittens drink her milk as it contains very valuable ingredients they can't get anywhere else.

However your cat should not still be bleeding. You need to call a vet as soon as you can so that your mother cat does not become too weak to be able to look after her kittens. There is nothing you can do for her at home by yourself if she is bleeding lots.

telephone the vets and explain what is happening they will be able to ascertain whether or not they need to see her.

I have lots of pages about kitten care which you may find of further help here


best wishes kate

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by: audrey

Don't worry about this my friend. this is normal. her uterus will be healed soon. but it will take time. she will be alright soon. my cat was also showed these problems and now she is good mother of 4 kittens.

Cat bleeding after giving birth
by: Anonymous

My friends cat has been bleeding from the private area after giving birth to a number of small kittens, and for the 2nd day in row or 3rd it has not stopped bleeing but not massively. We have taken her to the vet but still not progress any suggestions?

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