A female cat (or kitten) will first come into season (heat) as early as four month old. She can become pregnant with the first mating. A cat’s gestation normally takes 58–65 days, we can say around nine weeks (you can remember it by comparing months pregnancy for humans). Siamese cats may carry their kittens for 71 days.
There are some signs to tell if a cat is pregnant (bear in mind: not all signs apply to all cats):
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Number four and five of Lotto’s kittens, are two twin tabbies, and I am sure they are both from the same father. They really look like each other. Number four is a female, and the number five is a male.
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After a few days bringing Lotto to home, I noticed that her tummy was getting slightly bigger. I first thought that she is eating too much and tried to limit her food intake. But she was really, really has had a BIG appetite, so I suspected another thing. I checked her tummy with my hand, and felt something! Yes, my little girl was pregnant! Despite still she herself a little kitten!
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