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2008-07-25 20:56:45
2008-07-25 20:56:45

Answer: She can go outside right away. Just be sure to let her back in to care for her kittens.


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well, i think it depends. does your cat let you hold her kittens? if so, you could take the kittens inside the house and show the mother cat that her kittens are there. if your cat doesn't let you hold her kittens then you could keep a close eye on the kittens then take them inside the house when the mother cat isn't there or let the mother cat keep her kittens there. you could also call the animal shelter but if the kittens are too young they'll have to take the mother cat too. well i hope i helped and good luck :)

It depends. Kittens usually need to stay warm and healthy until they start to grow into an adult. However, if the mother takes good care of the kittens and has a father to help take care of them, they could grow up outside.

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

Your question isnt very clear but if she is an indoor/outdoor cat just make sure she can get back in to feed her babies. She will know when its time.

If you try to move them she will probably move them where you can't get to them. My mother cat moved her kittens into the grage behind alot of junk after we tried moving them.

When a mother cat has kittens, it usually goes away to give birth to them so if you are looking for them, make sure the mother cat is at home before trying to look for the kittens.

the most kittens a mother cat had ever had was 420!!

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

The mother cat killed her kittens. She then let her 8 week old kittens nurse her. Rhen she tried to kill them. She screams like a wild cat.

After the kittens have stopped nursing.

I think you should ignore the boy cat unless he's getting in the way and if that happens then lock him inside or outside.

mother cats will sometimes harm there kittens if they feel danger.

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.

kittens can live inside or out. It all depends on their bread if the cat is a stray cat than its an outside cat/kitten.

Yes, provided the mother cat tolerates the male cat and they are supervised at all times. Never leave another cat that isn't the mother alone with the kittens on their own.

Generally speaking, the mother cat will not allow the father cat near the kittens.

A mother cat can be called a "Queen"

Make sure the kittens are weaned before getting the mother cat spayed. Kittens are usually fully weaned around 8 to 12 weeks old. Some cats can come back into heat during this time, so be sure the mother does not have access outside before she is spayed.

The mother cat gives birth to the kittens.

the kittens push on the mothers belly

The mother cat probably moved her kittens.

The mother cat feeds and nurtures them.

After a cat gives birth to kittens, it is her duty to clean the newborns off. The mother cleans them by eating the sack off of the kittens.

A Mother cat will hardly ever kill its kittens so its probably natural causes. Sorry if it happens to you :(

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