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 Post subject: New Cat in season
PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:40 am 
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I know i was thinking of giving up breeding, but just bought in a new queen, about a week ago
Her previous owner was going to breed from her ,but has given up due to health problems, shes a maiden queen 15 months old, :)
She is in season, not calling, but doing everything else, rolling around,and rubbing up against everything, but when i put her in with my boy,she just goes for him :shock:
I have never had this problem before, at least not as bad, i am worried she will do him some damage
Should i risk it,and just leave her with him? will she come round
Maybe shes just frightened, :?

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 Post subject: Re: New Cat in season
PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:38 pm 
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Put her in the queens quarters for a few hours, so that she can get to know him a little first, poor girl has only just moved house, is still getting to know your other girls & then you put her in the stud house, no wonder the poor girl is rather rattled!! :shock: :shock:


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 Post subject: Re: New Cat in season
PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 12:42 pm 
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Well maybe? And i stress maybe shes already pregnant?
As shes acting like my girls do once they been caught!

As any queen ive had will only attack stud if there pregnant and ive mistaken it for heat :lol: has happened before :lol:

Did the woman try to mate her and think it was unsuccessful?

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 Post subject: Re: New Cat in season
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She has never been mated at all or even attempted to mate,she is in with him now, and hes grabbed her neck, but she has suddenly moved and got away :roll:
The problem is ,she is very long,and hes a bit shorter which doesnt help :lol:
Anyway i have left her with him, and i keep checking :? she is definitely in season, but she wasnt mated because at the time the breeder wasnt sure if her health would get worse, and then decided to give up anyway :(

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 Post subject: Re: New Cat in season
PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 1:19 pm 
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Oh, by the way forgot to say i didnt put her with him straight away, i did put her in the queens quarters first a couple of days ago,and before that for a couple of hours a day
I never put them in with him without doing that, i am not heartless you know :lol:
Working it out actually got her just under 2 weeks ago, time flies :o

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 Post subject: Re: New Cat in season
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if she was my queen i would miss this season and let her get used to her new home, then the next season introduce her in the queens quarters. :D


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That is what i was going to do angelgirl, but just thought i would try as she is going frantic with the rolling around , and not eating , :(
I have brought her out now anyway, :) i dont want her to get stressed,all my other cats are fine with her,they just looked at her and carried on with what they were doing, :D
I did introduce her gradually, and shes fine with them too :D

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i know how stressed they can get by not being mated. maybe she is not quite ready. one of my girls does the rolling but she wont except the boy until the 4/5th day then i think shes coming out of season only to find her season is stronger. glad the other cats have accepted her. wait and see over the next 4 days she will get there with the boy. :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 5:55 pm 
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What is she VJ,just curious .Penny :D

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She is a bluepoint Ragdoll Penny, my others are seal but carrying blue
Most of the past kittens have been sealpoint, or mitted,or bi-colour ,only had one litter that was all blue :)
This cat is very easy going, but a bigger cat than my others, but shorter haired, :?
The one i had spayed looks like a yeti :lol:
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