The mama cat will also be very uncomfortable when trying to lie on her side. Sometimes, they also yowl as if they were in pain and try to get you to follow them to a dark place... like under the dresser or in the back of the closet. If it is the first time for the kitty, she may have a need for you to be there. Sometimes they will go around in circles until the kitten starts to appear and then the mama starts to clean them. But sometimes the kitten needs to be placed under mama's nose so she can clean them. Sometimes, after she has had one, she will get into the going around in circles thing that she does not realize she is walking on the first one, so you may need to move the baby out of her way but where she can still see it. After the baby is born but before mother cat removes the embryonic bag; when the baby comes out, there should be a thin cord that attaches the baby to some afterbirth, which mama should basically chew the cord and eat the afterbirth. If you can, fix her up a box in a dark place AWAY from noise and kids, cause it can make her nervous.
how many times can a cat give birth
Cats can not give birth to dogs.
A cat can give birth anywhere from about 2 to 8. A cat has 8 nipples so they usually don't give birth to more than 8.
Yes, a cat can indeed give birth to only one kitten.
she will give birth in about 3 months
Oldest Cat to Give Birth: In 1987 a domestic cat, named Kitty, give birth to two kittens at the age of 30 years. **Courtsy of: ** Dorling Kindersley, 1995
It depends on what type of cat it is
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.
First you have be a female cat. Then you have to have sex with a male cat, or be artificially impregnated. Then you wait a few moths, and then the female cat gives birth.
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).
It doesn't have to be in a box, a cat give birth, in a safe and comfy spot.
sometimes, if you feed your cat before it gives birth it will most likely vomit.
shove it back in
Yes it had 3 babies
the cat will get bigger and maybe a little slow
Just prior to the mother cat giving birth she will be looking for a place to give birth. It is best to watch for this behavior. My mother cat did this just before she gave birth.
Your cat will behave in a panic! She will be in labor meowing and acting sick!
Of course not.
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Hi, my cat only gave birth last night, as yes she was still eating right up to the birth,