How do I know my cat is pregnant

Mating cats 

February is related to cats, and it is called the month of love. Because cats are affected by the climate, the cycle of capricious cats is better in February, during which it requires mating more than once, and the cat carries about three or four times a year, then she breastfeeds her children and returns to the request for mating after her naturally . 

We can define the period of estrus or the capricious period as the period in which a cat requests intermarriage, also called the fertility period, during which it calls the males until the intermarriage occurs between them. 

The age of mating cats 

Some female cats require mating from the age of four months and some of them from seven months, and this depends on the type of cat, and pregnancy can also occur, but this causes danger in the life of the cat, as it is very small and cannot bear pregnancy, but the owner must take care of her Excellent and take good care of her, and the period of estrus lasts from seven to ten days, then she goes away and then returns to the cat. 

Signs of desire in cats 

  • The cat becomes more affectionate for the owner, and loves to sit next to him permanently and flirting with him. 
  • The cat wanders all over the house. 
  • The cat’s fault is always on one side. 
  • It becomes a lot of meow and this is a way to attract male attention, as this habit annoys its owner. 
  • The cat wipes her face all over the room, leaving a sign that she has a desire to mate. 
  • The cat raises its hind limb when you try to tease it. 

Signs of a cat's pregnancy 

  • You find that your cat tends to sleep a lot. 
  • Some cats have vomiting. 
  • You find that the cat is getting to court you and asking you to tease her. 
  • Some cats change their eye shape and become more beautiful. 
  • You find that your cat has become less likely to eat too much. 
  • After a while you find that the place of the breasts has become red, swollen more than usual, and the abdomen swells and gets bigger. 

Signs of a cat approaching birth 

  • The cat starts to walk away from the crowded places and looking for quiet places. 
  • The cat begins to feel colic, and it starts to hydrate largely. 
  • They become unstable and move from place to place. 
  • She starts cleaning herself, especially where her youngsters will come out. 

Help your cat during childbirth 

  • Sit next to your cat, pawn and talk to her in a quiet, low voice. 
  • In a little while, you will start sleeping on its side and start the exercise. 
  • If your cat is giving birth for the first time, stay by its side. 
  • When the cat begins the process of giving birth, look at the transparent cysts because basically the cyst opens alone so that the youngsters can breathe, and if it does not open, open it, but avoid using sharp machines because it may cause death to the young. 
  • Keep her food well, and pay attention to the quality of the food during her pregnancy and after her pregnancy. 
  • Keep the place quiet, clean and away from cold, so that cats do not get sick.