When is your cat going to give birth?
# the cat will run in a dark space. # you might hear moans and growls. # if it is your cats first time i would watch closely. # because the cat may not know what and how to do every thing. # she may spin in circles and step on the first kitten.
My cat is ready to give birth but is acting like shes in heat could this be considered restless behavior?
A cat should give birth in a quiet area, some place known to the cat. It should be a place where the cat is comfortable, calm and safe. A cat shouldn't give birth in another cats territory. The other cat and/or cats might think that they are trespassing or invading its territory. Another cat might try to hurt the newborn.
Normally. Yes. If you don't provide a secure place for your cat to give birth, the mother cat will find a place to hide. My mother cat gave birth on Father's Day and just before she gave birth she was hunting for a hiding place. It is best to provide a secure place for the mother cat to give birth, which I did and she had 6 beautiful kittens (Manx).
Cats who are ready to give birth will try to find a quiet place to have her litter and make a nest. She'll show this by searching and redecorating her nest. Some times the cat will be anxious. They can give birth when they are 59 days pregnant. Most commonly it will be on day 65. My advise: keep the cat indoors starting from day 59.
Some cats just give birth to a entire litter of stillborns There is a 1 in 5 chance that a cat will give birth to a stillborn. It is unlikely but not impossible that a cat will give birth to an entire litter of stillborns. --- It may be a genetic fault in the mother, or the mother may have a health issue. It would be worth taking her to the vet, and at least…
Let it go on with its day to day activities. Try to get the cat to drink milk as it provides it with calcium and helps during its pregnancy, Make sure the milk is diluted with water though as cats arent supposed to have too much fat in their diet. When the cat looks as though it is going to give birth then set up a comfortable spot preferably behind a sofa or bed and…