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Cats are pregnant for about 60 - 70 days, or 2 months.

How Long Does it Take for a Cat to Have Kittens? - Cats

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The average cat carries four to six kittens per litter. The first kitten will take the longest amount of time to arrive because it is the first birth that makes the cervix ...

The Stages of Feline Labor - When Your Cat Gives Birth

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Explains What To Expect When Your Cat Becomes Pregnant. ... If I can't take care of my kittens myself, go here. ... But do not let her get so fat that labor becomes difficult. What Should I Expect During ... How Long Should I Wait? The first kitten ...

How long does it take for a cat to birth kittens? | Reference.com

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It takes up to seven hours for a cat to give birth to a litter of kittens. ... How will I know when my cat is ready to have her kittens? At what age do kittens purr?

How Long Can a Cat Be in Labor After Delivering the First Kitten ...

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If you purposely bred Kitty, you'll have a pretty good idea of when she is due. If Kitty's .... How Long Does It Take for the First Litter of Kittens to Be Born?

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Feb 7, 2013 ... My cat, Genie, actually had a spay appointment. ... had her kittens which I was able to video and share a glimpse of the process of labor and delivery of kittens. ... I have provided her a box long enough for her to lay down in and change positions with ease. She does not mind the gentle light shown on her.

Cat Giving Birth - Labor & Delivery - Birth of New Kittens & Aftercare

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What are the signs that a kittens birth is imminent? How long will my cat be in labour? ... She may have been preparing and re-arranging her nest for some days but ... first or back feet first – the latter is normal but delivery can take a little longer ... Generally cats give birth with minimal problems and do not require assistance.

Cat birth – when to wait and when to worry | International Cat Care

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Find out what to do if you think there may be complications. ... swing on its long axis together with an extension of its head, neck and limbs. ... Normally, delivery of a kitten from the commencement of the second stage may take from 5 to 30 minutes. ... While cats usually have an average of four kittens in each litter, this can ...

Birth in Cats-Signs of Labour and the Delivery Process - Cat-World

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The role of the placenta is to transport nourishment from the mother and to take waste away from the fetus (unborn kitten). What supplies should I have on hand?

Cat Labor - The Two Stages Of Labor And Birth For Cats

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Forceful Straining, the contractions have gotten very strong and she is using her abdominal muscles to push; Fluid At Her Genitals, this does not appear for all cats ... It can take up to an hour for the first kitten to be born after she enters the second ... Some kittens are born feet first, as long as the delivery is moving along  ...