To begin with, I’m in New Zealand so it’s mid-winter which may colour replies. I’ve ended up with a very pregnant stray cat. The vet’s estimate of her age is 8-10 months and, aside from the pregnancy, is in good health. She’s FIV/FeLV negative and has been dewormed and begun her vaccination course. The vet could see “several” kittens on US but unclear quite how many.
Thankfully, she’s been living in my tack room for the past couple of weeks and has turned into a snuggler. She’s got lots of sensible places to hopefully choose to have her kittens (hidey boxes with bedding down in various locations) but what else can I do to prepare? I’m hoping to pick up some kitten milk/bottles tomorrow.
Temperatures here range from 15C - -2C (overnight) and the tack room isn’t insulated but is reasonably warm. Is this warm enough? I can put a heater/heated blanket down there if required.
Thanks everyone, I’ve included the kitty photo tax below…