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how do i tell when my cat is going to have kittens? she got pregnant around april 21.
post #2 of 10
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can you please help me i need to know because i need to know what to expect this is my first litter of kittens
post #3 of 10
If she got pregnant around April 21st, then she should be due pretty much any time.

Here is a link with lots of good info: http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=80724

And I will add her to our "kitten watch" thread here: http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...122520&page=13

What is her name? Please keep us updated, and we love pictures here!
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we call her mom cat most of the time.
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she has produced milk and is sleeping a lot
post #6 of 10
Its approximately 63-65 days after being bred - so if it was April 21 she could have them any day. Just curious as to WHY you are happy your cat is pregnant - doesn't sound like she's a purebred?

If she's not in a legit breeding program, then please have her spayed as soon as your vet will do it and have her kittens also spayed/neutered too before they leave.

Keep in mind the ideal time to adopt the kittens out is 10-12 weeks old - any sooner and you can have problems with the kittens adjusting physically/emotionally. They need this critical time with mom/siblings to learn more then eating and using the litter pan
post #7 of 10
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we are after this litter. i have never seen a cat give birth before.
post #8 of 10
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and she will never have to go through this again. I do want her to be a regular cat like other cats and not have to have kittens all the time
post #9 of 10
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this is the best information i have got thank you
post #10 of 10
Welll that's really not a good reason to let her have kittens, but the important thing is this will be her first and last litter Hope things go well - post pictures of the little ones
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