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How Long Do Cats Carry Kittens?

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Rob Facey answered
Most cats carry their kittens in the womb for an average of 65 days. There are a number of ways, which can tell if your cat is pregnant, but if you are in any doubt it is always worth consulting a local vet.
If your cat has swollen mammary tissues, this is usually a sign that they may be expecting kittens though there can also be other reasons for this, such as temperature or a warm climate. Another clue is when a cat begins to produce milk from her teats; this is obviously the cat's body preparing for the expected litter and can happen a few weeks to a number of days before the birth. A swollen abdomen area is probably the most obvious sign that your cat is about to give birth. If the previous symptoms don't exist you can pretty much be sure that an enlarged stomach is due to pregnancy, though don't take this for granted, there could be a medical problem so it is always worth having your cat examined. A pregnant cat will often become distant prior to giving birth, retreating into quiet areas or dark corners, basically looking for an ideal place to give birth to her kittens.
Although 65 days is the average for most cats, this period can vary, but is usually only about 4 to 5 days either way.
Tauseef Sheikh Profile
Tauseef Sheikh answered
Cats carry kittens for around 42 to 63 days means 6 to 9 weeks. In these days extra care of the cats should be taken.
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Anonymous answered
65 days :D
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Anonymous answered
Around 62 to 67 the siamese cat will/mort likely carry their kittens for 70 days
 
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Anonymous answered
My cat is pregnant how long do they carry them and how would o know when its time for her to have them
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Katey Hurtman answered
Cats carry their kittens for about 3 months

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