I believe the correct term for a pregnant or nursing cat is a 'queen'.
A mother cat nursing kittens is known as a "queen".
it is called a 'Queen'
A mother cat can be called a "Queen"
A cat will stop lactating when she is no longer nursing her kittens. A cat will know when to stop her kittens from nursing when she is ready.
After the kittens have stopped nursing.
Yes, a mother cat can transmit rabies to their kittens from the birth canal or from nursing. Her saliva may also transmit it.
i sure hope so because my cat ate some of my dog's food which had wormer in it and she is nursing her newborn kittens!
Mother cats that are nursing or expecting kittens are called queens.
Check with your vet before giving your cat any medications, especially if it is nursing. Medications can pass through the cats milk and harm the kittens.
Cats nurse kittens until the kittens are about four or five weeks old. At this age, kittens begin to wean and are able to eat soft kitten food. The mother cat's teets will dry and retract slightly. The only true way to tell if a cat is still nursing kittens is through observation.