Of course. I don't think any feminists are pro-abortion. At least, if they understand the issue, they aren't. I don't think anybody is pro-abortion. Nobody wants to have an abortion. And I don't think any rational person wishes a woman the experience of having to have an abortion.
Being pro-choice is about supporting the idea that in a civil society, a poor woman has the same access to health care as a middle class or upper class woman. Because no matter what happens with abortion legally, the wealthy will take care of their abortions one way or the other - safely. Do we condemn only the poor to the unsafe medical procedures?
The need for abortion is a reality. Our question as a society is "how do we deal with that reality". We can be cruel or we can be civil and decent. Starting with sex education and free birth control, we should try to reduce abortions wherever we can. However, when it's absolutely necessary, a woman should have access to that service.