Cat just had babies now wont stop meowing

My cat who is almost 2 years now, had a litter of kittens about 7 weeks ago. she weaned them from feeding but she has this behavioral problem with pooping all over the house. It's about to drive us loopy cause she wont stop. anyways the last few days shes done nothing but meow like crazy like shes in pain she made the same sounds when she deliverd. she will do it for a while then she seems fine.. but i have noticed when she licks herself she makes this funny growling/ meowing sound what could possibly be wrong with her?

Answer by Kate
Hi this does sound odd and my first thought is could she be in pain? If she is making the same sound as when she was delivering which she would have been in some pain with perhaps this is another indication that she is experiencing some pain again.

Whether or not it is also connected to the defecating around the home i could not say, it ma be.

If this meowing is something that she has not done during the rest of her life I would definitely suggest that you should consider taking her to the vets in case there is some physical illness which may be connected to the birth of her kittens.

At the very least a vet visit will rule out or not any illness. If it is not a physical illness then all i can think is that your cat may be a little highly strung and be a nervous cat and this too could be the cause of the pooping around the home and the meowing. Your vet will be able to advise on how best to try and treat this.

best wishes kate

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