How to Tell if a Cat Is in Labor – Looking for Behavioral Signs

How to Tell if a Cat Is in Labor – Looking for Behavioral Signs
A domestic cat has a gestation period of approximately 63 days. If you don’t know the exact date of conception, however, you may not have a clear idea of when your cat is ready to go into labor (known as queening). If you keep a watchful eye for some tell-tale behavioral and physical signs that labor is approaching, however, you will be able to care for her and know whether or not queening is proceeding normally.
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Cat in pre-labor 10 minutes before 1st birth (pinky)

Channel: Alan
Published: 2014-03-22 15:14:53
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How you know if your cat is going to go in labor

I forgot something in the vid your cat will cry alot to
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Published: 2015-05-06 15:39:03
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Cat Giving Birth – First Time Ever!!

She was a stray cat that I took in while she was pregnant, she trusted me and she helped me while she gave birth. She didn’t quite realize what was going on until she saw it and then nature took its course.
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Published: 2016-03-21 17:51:09
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How to Travel with a Cat – Taking Your Cat on a Trip

How to Travel with a Cat – Taking Your Cat on a Trip
Most people do not relish the thought of bringing their cats with them on a vacation or on a road trip. There are a few fearless felines that are not finicky about traveling, but for many cats, traveling and leaving their familiar surroundings can be sheer terror. However, it is possible to travel with a cat without a huge amount of problems. The key is to the prepare ahead of time by acclimating your cat to travel gradually and preparing supplies well before the departure date.
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Channel: Taking Care of Cats
Published: 2017-12-26 22:45:34
Duration: 5M10S
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How to Help Your Cat Who Had a Miscarriage – Preventing a Reoccurrence

How to Help Your Cat Who Had a Miscarriage – Preventing a Reoccurrence
Sometimes, a cat does not carry a litter of kittens to term. This can be very painful for your cat physically. Most cats do not react emotionally to a miscarriage, but in rare cases can become distressed. Make sure to take your cat to the vet after a miscarriage to make sure she gets the medical treatment necessary. At home, provide a safe, comfortable environment for her recovery. It’s a good idea to get your cat spayed to prevent a miscarriage in the future.
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Channel: Taking Care of Cats
Published: 2017-12-28 22:08:34
Duration: 2M45S
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