Cat Pregnancy


Just like all animals, pregnancy in cats in a normal part of a cat's life that sometimes occurs if your cat has not been spayed. Cat's
are spayed and neutered to help the decrease of homeless cats that are in the world. Some cat owner's are completely convinced that cat pregnancy is very healthy and every cat should experience it, however veterinarians tens to not support this theory because cat's are able to live perfect, healthy lives with or without being pregnant.

In the first two weeks of cat pregnancy, which is considered the early stages of cat pregnancy, you may not be able to determine whether your cat is pregnant because there are no signs of cat pregnancy within the first week or two. However, after the third
week since the cat has been pregnant, you may be able to realize and notice changes in your cat and you may see the symptoms of cat pregnancy. From the day your cat is pregnant it is usually around 63 days until kittens are born. However this can vary from 58 to 72 days.

When it comes down to it, you are the cat owner and it is your decision whether or not to allow your cat to get pregnant. You are the owner and you must make the judgment. If you do not want your cat to have the ability of pregnancy, it is highly recommended to have your cat spayed and to prevent unplanned pregnancies, have your male cats neutered.