How Many Months Do Cats Carry Kittens?


A cat normally carries her kittens for 60 to 65 days.
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A cat will carry kittens for somewhere around the 2 months mark, or to be exact 60-65 days. You will be able to tell when a cat is close to giving birth as they will seek out a nest somewhere secluded and safe. A cat is very clever about finding a nest and will spend days or weeks looking to find somewhere safe for her babies.
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