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Pregnant kitty, when will it be time??

Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by Antonia La Vista, Aug 8, 2019.


  1. Antonia La Vista

    Antonia La Vista PetForums Newbie

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    Hi guys,
    Got a queen here who I swear has been pregnant for ages. She should be between 65-70 and she has shown no signs of slowing down the food intake (which I heard is one of the first signs?). I've been able to see the kittens moving for 2 weeks now, along with her constant eating/sleeping/cuddling. She is fine as far as I'm aware, just a bit curious at to what could be taking so long if this has been a long time. I've never had a pregnant cat before so I'm a little nervous about everything whilst being very excited.
    Also have multiple areas all set up for her throughout the house, if they will even be used, as well for when it's time.
    I don't entirely have a specific question just wanting to find out more about others experiences or information in case I've missed something
     
  2. spotty cats

    spotty cats PetForums VIP

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    Is this your cat or a rescue?

    Not all cats go off their food, most of my girls don’t.
    I’d set her up in one room with her birthing box, bedroom is ideal as you can keep an eye easily overnight.

    She also needs to be kept indoors until spayed, kittens should stay with mum for 12-13 weeks and ideally be neutered, vaccinated before adoption.
     
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