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Caging The Feline Mommie-To-Be

Several weeks before her due date, a pregnant cat should be confined for her own safety and the safety of her expected newborns.


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Twenty-four hours before the pregnant feline gives birth, she usually stops eating and her temperature drops below 100 F. You’ll soon be counting kittens!

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