How Long Do Cats Stay Pregnant?

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Cats have a gestational period of about three months or sixty to sixty-five days. They begin to act restless a few days before preparing a place for birth.
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Cats are pregnant for about 60 - 70 days, or 2 months.
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A feline, or cat, pregnancy lasts between 60 and 65 days. You won't really notice any changes in your cat to indicate pregnancy until she is about 3 weeks along. ...
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