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Hello all ! One of my "yard kitties", is pregnant ( feral ) she will let me pet her, but not hold her...this morning I noticed some bloody vaginal discharge, not a flow, but some spotting. Is this normal , her bloody show ? Im not really sure I could "catch" her to take her to vet, I could try, but she has always avoided the traps set to try and catch her to send her in to be spayed. If this spotting is normal, I'll just observe, and be there if needed, and if she'll let me. I dont want to stress her by trying to get her in a crate, unless needed. Thanks for your time group !
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Hi InCharliesMemory,

Does she look as thou she is ready to have the kittens soon?? If so you are most likely right that it is just her "bloody show" and should have the kittens soon, however if she is still early in the pregnancy it might mean there is something wrong.
I hope she is ok
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Thanks for your reply...I did take her on in to vet...she miscarried all 4 of her kittens, way too premature...now I have to wait for her milk to dry up, and then its back to vet for her spay...dont want her or me to go through this ever again.
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Oh I am so sorry, that is horrible the poor thing
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