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 Post subject: Re: New Cat in season
PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 10:31 am 
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I have seen him seem to mate her several times, but not sure if he managed as she is so long,and he has had a struggle holding on to her, He has had to try and hold her more on her back,and sometimes she moves away quickly, :?
She is still highly in season,and meowing more, still stopping suddenly with her back end up :roll:
I thought if he had mated her properly she might have come out of it by now
Will just have to wait and see
Hope all goes well with your litter angelgirl, :D and Paula

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 01, 2012 10:35 am 
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Yes Penny, people do love colourpoints,and mine always go quickly, and still have people ringing to see if i have any left,and if not when will i have more :)
I looked at the petplanet Highlanders Penny on your facebook, they are sooo gorgeous :D

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Wishing you well with your new litter. They do not always go out of call once mated and I have found a girl that calls whilst pregnant too.Thanks VJ The Highlanders are out of this world.Penny :D

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They are so beautiful Penny and apparently grow quite big :D

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Good luck to you and your girl too angelgirl hope all goes well. My lass is just starting to nest its her first litter and has been tempermental this week. Day 67 almost gone so wont be long hopefully.
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thankyou paula. im always worried until after the birth then im ok, got the brandy ready to steady my nerves especially as its her first litter and she looks like a balloon. :lol:


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Good luck with the births ladies - the cats of course :lol:

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Well, no pregnancy, i am still wondering if the previous breeder had mated her and then decided to sell when she didnt seem to be getting anywhere,
She said she was going to leave her until she was 18 months old, but that she was coming into season every couple of weeks
I might be being paranoid now, but i cant see why they would leave hert so long if she was calling so often
I will try her again, the previous breeder said she had not attempted to mate her, not sure if i believe it now :?
Although my boy did have trouble keeping hold of her,as she is so long compared to him, but i saw him mate her, but not sure if he managed to go the whole way :? or if she moved too soon

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dont give up hope yet j. my queen kept rolling sideways and the boy couldnt do the job properly, after several attempts they got there in the end and she is expecting kittens 12th august. my queen is 2years old now and as long as she doesnt get pyomera she will be fine to try again later. :D


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 Post subject: Re: New Cat in season
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Well he did look to be mating her, he did everything you would expect, and she let him,just dont know if he finished the job :lol: if you know what i mean :wink: :lol:

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