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Im a bit nerves my cat is pregnant and she is about 6 months old and she is way to far along what sh

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  • TwinkleTwinkle BirminghamMember Posts: 11,270 ✭✭✭✭
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    She should be fed a good quality kitten food. Pregnant cats need calicum, so make sure the food you feed her contains that. In addition to quality food, make sure that fresh, clean water is available at all times. A few days before delivery, your pregnant cat will show signs of "nesting," e.g., searching for a quiet, private place to give birth to her kittens. Provide a large cardboard box or laundry basket lined with clean towels (make sure it is low enough for her to enter.) Hopefully she won't have any problems delivering her kittens. If you can be there in case she needs you, that would be great. Kittens are typically born 30 minutes to 1 hour apart. Good luck!!
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