How Will I Know When My Cat Is Ready to Have Her Kittens?


The first sign that your cat is ready to have kittens is the increase of mammary glands and the production of milk 2 days before giving birth. A day or two before birth, her temperatures will also drops to 99F. The cat licking its genitalia frequently is also a sign that she is ready to have kittens.
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Following you around, meowing a lot, nesting, refusal to eat. Here is some help for labour as I'm sure you will need it Labour is long it can last up to 24 hours sometimes even longer
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