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It's possible that the cat can miscarry one kitten and still carry the rest full term. If your cat has miscarried one kitten, I advise you to take her to the vet because if a kitten died in her it could make her very ill, or even die, and it can also harm the other kittens.

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Yes, it is possible, but do not be surprised if she miscarries the others.


Yes, it is possible. I lost one twin around 17-18 weeks and carried the other to full term. I had C section and the deceased twin was also delivered.


Definitely! If you conceive twins it is possible to miscarry one and bring the other to full term. Very early on in the pregnancy it is possible for the second fetus to be "reabsorbed" into the tissue of the uterus. But the most common is when you have bleeding like a miscarriage but find out you are still pregnant.



This is called a threatened miscarriage and may settle down or may become a full miscarriage Good Luck.


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Kittens are playful, while Shakespeare was full of plays.


second or third week when a kitten is born


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Usually a young cat. Not a full grown cat or a kitten.


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Much like a house cat kitten, playful, and full of energy.


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Yes you can. It happened to friend of mine she lost one of her twins. She had a healthy pregnancy after and had her second baby daughter full term.


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