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We are getting her spayed at the end of January. We got her in February last year, and my mum has major depression and didn't get around to getting her to the vet. And I'm only 16, so I couldn't take her myself. And the breeder we got her from gave us a vet check that told us she had had her vaccinations and it told us her birthday.It was not a planned breed. When we discovered she was in season, we blocked her off from going outside, but my mum didn't know that they can...
Well, we aren't completely sure how old they are, but they are roughly 3 weeks old. My mum is hoping that once they get to a certain age (2 months probably) and they aren't feeding on foxy, it'll be safer then to get them spayed. She's gonna get them all spayed at the same time, and vaccinated. I'm not sure if the breeder we got foxy from got her vaccinated or not, so we'll go and get that checked out.   We have homes for 2 of them that are definite. My cousin really...
Hey everyone, I was wondering what advice people could give me on my body. I'm a teenager myself, and joined here because of my kitten being pregnant, and to gain some advice, and fell upon the teenager area to offer some advice from a teenager perspective. I am 163cm tall, and I have massive breasts. I also have a VERY irregular period. Last year alone I had 4 all together, it fell in the week before school started back. I have had it for about 3 years now, and still am...
I honestly don't know what I can say to help the situation (I'm only on here for my cats problems for I am 16, but can offer great advice). I think she may be suffering from some form of depression (but I'm not a doctor, so don't take my word for it) because of your fathers death, so I think the counselling session should continue ahead, is she seeing a psychologist or psychiatrist? If she's seeing a psychologist, perhaps have her see a psychiatrist, that way if they do...
I was 13 and I was blonde as anything, but i got to an age where the sun would shine off it, and it was noticeable, and I felt insecure about it. Once I started shaving though, I felt better about myself, knowing that my legs weren't spiky. Not only that, it felt more comfortable with smooth legs than hairy legs. So although I agree with those that don't shave, it's really up to her and whether she's ready/wanting. I definitely wouldn't allow my daughter (if I had one) to...
Good news, all kittens are healthy and fine. Foxy (my kitten mama) is being a great mum. They are really getting big, and we are positive she didn't lose one, because we can't smell anything dead in the house, or around the house. She ended up moving them under one desk in particular and left them there, and then went on to use the cat house we got her, as the kittens were too heavy to move to the other side of the house (foxy is only a year and 2 months, so she's not as...
It makes my skin feel a whole lot better, and I find because it's natural, I don't get reactions to it. I mean, I react to a lot of products, but not body shop stuff because of the natural oils and that
I have heard that it's only after a girl gets underarm hair that she can get her period. Any time after she starts growing underarm hair. And I don't believe it's unhealthy. I mean, you may not see the other girls around her going through it, but I'm sure they are. It isn't something you want to announce to the world. I also don't see a problem. I honestly think that Mother Nature would only start their puberty when they were ready. They may not feel ready, but Mother...
We don't think a kitten died, it's just that thought of, if there was a dead one, we don't know where it is. And I think we've just decided to lock her up the front part of the house where her bed and food and water is and the desks and that are higher off the ground.
A lot of low desk type things, couches close the ground, she used to fit as a kitten but then she became pregnant and couldn't fit. Unfortunately as well, we are a one story house. We also don't know where she had the kittens, and we are worried she may have lost one during birth, or it died somehow or something, and we haven't found it. But apparently some cats clean up extremely well after giving birth.
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