May 14, 2016
I'm sorry about your kitty and that I took so long to answer your question.
I don't understand why your veterinarian didn't address the vaginal issue. Sometimes, as with any type of doctor, a person needs to be insistent until an answer is given. The same with the food situation. I'm not knowledgeable about such things.
Here's what I can suggest: Your kitty needs a diet plan, serious business, so you need a vet's recommendations. The vet can suggest what food to give (and/or not give) and in what amounts.
Stop touching around her vaginal area and putting her on her back. This is where a vet needs to check. Also, as you've seen, this alienates her. I'm sure she's already traumatized by being left with a male cat in a strange place away from her home. She has no idea what your intentions are. Since you're wanting to breed this cat, many of us here are against this idea on principle, you need instructions from the vet.
Get her back to this or another vet as soon as possible. Take a pen and paper and write advice down. If you don't get it all the first time say so. Any good vet will repeat it for you.
Ask whether or not there are any printouts on anything you should know.
A library and/or bookstore can help as well.
I hope all goes well for you and your kitty at the vet's.
I have not been on here for a while but do read and could not help but respond to your post.
I do not know what you want to do with your Cat/Kitten, but if breeding is your intent EVERYTHING must be run by your vet. You sound young, perhaps I am wrong, but you need a lot of guidance.
Your cat / kitten may be pregnant NOT fat. It is imperative you take your cat to your veterinarian ASAP. Never take a tissue and put it up your cats vaginal orifice for ANY reason!! This is just not what you do.
She may not want her belly rubbed because she is pregnant....and furthermore you should not be examining her sexual organs or anus, that is for a vet to do.
Please, Please get some professional or adult advice about "Feline Care"
Let us know what the vet has to say--I am also concerned about your kit.
LOL! Yes I have been "eyed" by vets like that---no big deal--what they think about YOU doesn't count. It is your cat and you ask any questions you want and you can always ask for a pregnancy test or for her "rear end parts" to be examined--especially if there is blood.
Breeding cats is very serious work, is your cat a purbred?? If not the general consenses is to Always have your cat spayed by 6 months. Too many unwanted kittens don't want that .
Now if you have a burebred and you have people who will be there to adopt them, then just ask for some advice from your vet-----no matter how he looks at you. Remember he works for you.
P.S. I am not sure---did you say your cat IS pregnant