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A mother cat can be called a "Queen"


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Take your cat to the vet immediately. A vet will be able to remove any dead kittens left in the womb or birth canal. Sometimes a Queen will not give birth to all the dead kittens, and leaving them can often lead to infection in the cat's womb. If the Queen has given birth to all the kittens, or has recovered from her treatment and still has milk, it is advisable to get in touch with a local animal shelter or vet and try to find kittens with no mother for your cat to adopt. This will provide the orphaned kittens with essential food, plus allows the Queen to produce milk. A Queen full of milk but has no means of getting rid of it is also a health risk, so letting young kittens suckle and for them to be weaned (and the lactating cat to halt milk production over time) naturally is the best and healthiest option for both parties.


The Queen Bee gives birth to all the babies in the hive.


The offspring of a tomcat is a kitten. The male is called a tomcat, the female is called a queen, and the offspring from both are kittens.


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A mother cat nursing kittens is known as a "queen".


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