If a cat is pregnant, how long does it take for them to have their kittens
A pregnant cat gestation period typically runs from 57 to 69 days, with the average of 63 to 64 days.ChaCha on! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/if-a-cat-is-pregnant%2C-how-long-does-it-take-for-them-to-have-their-kittens ]
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- How long does it take for pregnant cats to have their kittens??
- normally the cat is pregnant from 59-67 days until birth ( about 9 weeks ) Cat pregnancy stages are: first 2 weeks go unoticed, 3rd week the cat starts pinking up ( getting milk and nipples enlarge) 4th week cat gains weight and starts to g...
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- Charlotte, The normal gestation period of a cat is 63-65 days. We usually start counting the second day after the female has been bred. I have known of cats to give birth earlier and have the kittens live (57 days is as short a time they ...
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- About 57-70 days. About 2 days before birth, the cat looses her appetite and her temperature drops. She also starts looking for a dark place to nest her babies such as closets, doors, boxes, etc. so keep all the doors and closet doors close...
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- Q: Posted on here in just the last ten hours:"My cat gave birth to 3 beautiful kittens, This is my first time with cats and birth ect! i was wondering if?""Cat Pregnant what to do?""My Cat had kittens 2 weeks ago?""My cat just gave birth to three kittens, but one of them isn't moving?""When can these kittens leave the litter?""What should I do about feeding my 3 week old kittens?""My cat just had her kittens today. When can I move them from where they are?""My cat gave birth to a dead kitten 2 days ago, how long does it take for her to get back to normal.?""My cat is pregnant have done research and her temp is 99?""I have 3 little 4 or 5 week old kittens. Whats the proper feeding situation i should give them?""How do I tell how many kittens she will have and how do I sex them early on?"Why are so many people still letting their cats breed with TWELVE MILLION dogs and cats put to death at shelters every year? Are they clueless to this - or do they just not give a damn? Is having their "own" kittens more important than the lives of the shelter animals they take homes away from that end up euthanized?How hard is it to get your cats spayed and neutered? There's so many free programs now. So there's NO EXCUSE!I just don't get it. And seeing this is very disheartening. This entire weekend I'm spending at two different events for the shelter I volunteer with. But it seems so pointless - it's like we're trying to empty a bucket that idiots keep filling and filling and filling. Sigh...You wanted the "experience" of seeing a dog give birth? Well then maybe you should go to the shelter and ask if you can watch the "experience" of pets being put down because of people like you. You didn't know there's free spay and neuter programs? You're on the INTERNET - it's just a Google search away. Next excuse?LOW COST AND FREE SPAYING AND NEUTERING PROGRAMS: http://www.lovethatcat.com/spayneuter.html If not in the States then just Google that phrase and your country.ROWAN - you're remembering wrong - because I would never say that non-pedigree domestic cats should be bred to pedigreed cats. You're clearly thinking of someone else and it's actually quite libelous of you to say that I said that. The only thing I've ever said about breeding is that the only people that should be breeding are REPUTABLE breeders doing so to better a breed and with Champion animals. Reputable breeders are not the problem here. They have one or two litters a year and their animals are altered when sold unless the animal's been chosen to be part of the cattery's breeding program. If they ceased to breed all the breeds we know - Persian, Ragdoll, Siamese, etc would cease to exist. The problem is people with non-pedigree animals that breed them repeatedly all year long and give away unaltered kittens. Are the shelters filled with pedigreed cats? No - there's maybe 3% that are specific breeds the rest are domestic shorthairs and longhairs.
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