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Answered 2010-06-27 22:44:09

Stay with the mother while she is in labor. It will be uncomfortable. After each kitten is born and the mother has removed the sac, you can cut the umbilical cord if she does not. Remove the afterbirth after each kitten comes out. The mother should also clean each kitten. Should the mother have a large litter, she be become exhausted. If she does not remove the sac around the kitten quickly, you'll have to do it. The kitten should move to the mother's nipples soon after birth. If not move it there. Make sure the mother has all the food she wants before and after birth. Lactating cats need to eat a lot.

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I think what you should do is try to help the cat and her kittens, especially if the mother cat will let you help her and her babies. If not, still try to help them in some way. I don't know what you could do to help, but an idea is that maybe if the cat/kittens need water or food, you could possibly help with that.

Be responsible. Get her and the kittens neutered. Animal charities will help with, or pay the full cost of, the surgery.

no they can not only if the cat and another cat can have the kittens

don't touch her - she knows exactly what to do.

Bottle feed some of them or find another mother cat with milk who can help.

No. It is not possible for a male cat to have kittens. In order to have kittens a cat must have a uterus and male cats do not have a uterus. If your male cat is having kittens, it is not a male, it is a female.

Your Cat will stop taking care of them and might move her other Kittens somewhere else. If this happens ask your local vet for help.

average is 4 but a cat can have from 2 to 8 kittens

My client witnesses a hermaphrodite cat have kittens, it looks mostly male from the outside but delivered kittens.

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'with two kittens' describe the cat. So, you should write 'is sleeping'. But if you mean that all three of them are sleeping, write 'A cat and his two kittens are sleeping'.

it actually depends on the cat. if it is a more chubbier cat it will probably be around 4-6 kittens. if it is more smaller cat, it will have about 1-3 kittens.

No, the kittens need all the milk they can get. Just feed her better food and help her not be so thin. You can help by nursing the kittens yourself as well at intervals if they are still hungry, but the kittens should NOT be separated from their mother, especially when you can help them.

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It takes about three to four months for a cat to have kittens.

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You can do it right after your cat has its kittens, although it is better to wait until the kittens are weaned off their mother's milk.

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