My cat is 4 years old and she was spayed at 6 months old.She is an indoor,outdoor cat and she has been eating way too much lately and wanting more attention and has also been on my bed much more often. I just found out that she has a "boyfriend".I have no clue how long they have been with each other or if they have done anything to make her pregnant.I have always prayed to God that He would give her a kitten because she wants one very badly.I know this because she is always dragging around fake kittens by the scruff of their neck.She has had a major weight gain, yet she is always running around outside, so it is strange that she is just gaining more weight.Should I be worried?She was spayed at an animal clinic, so this is very weird.If there is anyone out there with an answer tony problem please help! THANKS!!!
I did hear of a cat that was spayed poorly at a clinic and later came into heat, and when a new vet did a follow-up surgery, she found an ovary that the first vet had left behind. So strange things can happen. I would take kitty to the vet's and ask if there is a possibility of a kitten in there, or if not, what is going on. If your cat had her uterus removed and an ovary was left behind and somehow some sperm reached an egg, she would have an ectopic pregnancy (it's kind of funny to talk about this in relation to cats) and would need medical help when the kitten is ready to come out. It would probably take an X-ray to determine whether she is pregnant, though.
Thank you for your help!!! I will make her an appointment as soon as possible.She is getting fatter every day yet she is ALWAYS outside running and playing so I think i will have that checked out.She is usually so playful, but now she is laying on my bed 99% of the time being calm and wanting attention. She was spayed at Dr. Robert's Small Animal Clinic. Would you by any chance know of any similar things that have happened there?
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