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How Do You Know a Cat Is Ready to Deliver?

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The earliest indication that a cat is ready to deliver is that your cat will begin to search for a warm and secure place to deliver the kittens. The cat may also become clingy and want to be around you seeking your affection. As the time goes by, you may find your cat starts pacing about and appearing nervous or excitable. The final stage of her labour is that she will appear to be very uneasy and will occasionally tread on her nesting place or material provided.
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You know your cat is ready to deliver when it starts meowing, licking, and panting. You have to give her a place where she feels secure. Try to leave her alone and do not let others to disturb her.
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1. Watch your cat for signs of agitation and restlessness. You may discern that she is uncomfortable by her behavior and actions. She may act nervous. 2. Notice extra washing behavior
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it will either be all loving and rubbing on you and rolling on the floor purring (thats what my cat did lol) or hide- if your cats naturally a loving cat then she will probably be
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If you want to be sure I would take her to the vet. Her stomach should become very large and the rest of her body should stay smaller. You may be able to notice her filling up with
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Choose a quiet, warm location to place a basket or box lined with clean towels large enough
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