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I took in a pregnant cat that a a previous neibor dumped and then got another cat and is now moving out of her apartment. Im assuming they didnt wanna deal with her once they found out she was pregnant.. You can feel the kittens moving around if you put your hand on her side. I just dont want her having her kitties outside and the chance they could turn wild.
That's great! If you can afford it, I'd recommend you get her into a local vet (or to a rescue) for a prenatal exam and I'd recommend putting her on a high quality food (such as Wellness, Felidae, Natural Balance, or the like) to get some good nutrients into her.
Hope her delivery goes smoothly and you're able to find homes for the kittens.