I have a cat who got pregnant a second time, shortly after her first litter was weaned. (Yes, i know. She needs to be spayed. That will happen as soon as this litter allows). The problem is she continually moves the babies and she refuses to feed them. She can constantly be found letting the female from her previous litter nurse on her. I'm at my wits' end fighting with her. Two of the kittens are missing a leg and have already survived so much, including being abandoned in a plastic sack for over a day when they were born --her fault. I will take up feeding them once I find them if need be but is there any way to get her to take responsiblity for her kittens?
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