How To Keep Your Cat From Getting Pregnant And Giving Birth To A Litter Full Of Tiny Furballs (And Furballs) At The Same Time (Nsfw

In order for a cat to conceive, it must first be receptive to mating, which occurs in estrus, or when cats are "in heat". Cats are “induced ovulators,” which means the act of mating stimulates their ovaries to release eggs to be fertilized. An unspayed cat's heat cycle can start after 4 months. The fertilization of a cat's egg (ovum) involves several steps. Each step brings a new stage in the development of an embryo. Implantation in the lining of the uterus happens roughly two weeks after fertilization. Each embryo has its own amniotic sac and placenta. As your queen nears her due date, she will show signs of labor. Make sure to provide high quality food intended for pregnant cats. She should also be kept indoors and stress should be minimized. Once labor begins, it is usually fairly quick, with all the babies being delivered in 6-8 hours. If you care for a pregnant cat, immediately take her to the veterinary clinic for a "well- checked check". Check her health to make sure she is up to date with routine health checks. This includes FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) and FelV(Feline Leukemia Virus) testing. Pregnant or nursing cats that show any of these signs should see a veterinary doctor right away. Learning to spot the specific symptoms of trouble and what action to take to ensure the health of a pregnant kitten and her fetuses is a veterinary emergency. The cat should be immediately seen by a veterinary veterinarian if it shows signs of illness. Signs of Eclampia in pregnant cats include restlessness, pacing, and panting. A cat can also be examined if there are more fetuses. Dystocia is a term for difficulty giving birth. If a cat is actively pushing for more than an hour without a baby being born, this may be a sign of anarchy. Dystopia can occur for many different reasons, especially large litters. . . .

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