Hi we moved into our new home in country around end of july we noticed 3kittens and took care of them.found them new homes and sometime in aug after 23rd a stray cat come around she looked like she had been in a fight I put her up high on my car so my.dog.wouldnt hert her.she was ok and she left but came back she found a hole in my bathroom and we found her in my room sleeping on my bed so we decided to keep her. Its been times she.has gotten outside and came back I felt little round balls in her belly about 1month ago and thought she would have.kittens but I am not sure
a thank you for being such a responsible person....wish there were more ppl like you out there. not sure what I can tell you, she may still be carrying..or the kittens have died...but in this case the momma usually aborts. is there some way you can take her to a Vet to be examined and spayed?
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