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What to Expect When Your Cat Gives Birth
What to Expect When Your Cat Gives Birth

Once labor begins, you can expect your queen to deliver her first kitten within one to three hours. The kitten may come out head first or tail first. If the kitten comes out head first, then this is called a normal birth. Breech births occur about 40% of the time during whelping.

Tips for Training Kittens
Tips for Training Kittens

You should not expect your kittens to perform complex tricks within a matter of days. If you do, you will only end up frustrated, and your kittens will most certainly be stressed. Begin with simple commands. Make a list of house rules.

Taking Care of a Pregnant Queen
Taking Care of a Pregnant Queen

The gestation period of a cat usually lasts 63 to 64 days, beginning from the day of conception. Sometimes, a queen won’t give birth until the 67th day of her pregnancy. This is still considered normal, and is rarely a cause for worry.

Choosing a Purebred Cat
Choosing a Purebred Cat

The development of nearly all domesticated breeds of animals is a relatively recent happening. Although some breeds have existed for many centuries, the breeds we see today in cats, dogs, rabbits, and other pets were all developed within the last 200 years.

Choosing a Cat Breed
Choosing a Cat Breed

Choosing a cat usually means weighing up a number of options. Take time to think about the questions below and you'll be well placed to find the sort of cat that will fit in with your home and lifestyle. Remember that a cat can live for a serious length of time.

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