Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Cobourg, Ontario, Canada
She's still within the time frame.....usually it's 63-65 days, tho Ive had some queens go longer to 67 days. So hang in there, it sounds to me as if she''s going to have a very small litter, maybe 2, but it actually feels like little kicks when the kittens are active. Often the kittens gets quieter a day before the birthing, but every cat is different. Some queens like their owner to be present during the birthing, others want to do it all on their own. Had a queen once, and never saw her have her kittens, as she never indicated to me when it was "time" and usually had them in the middle of the night. Other queens insisted I sit beside them and if I got up to leave to go to the washroom would get very upset and follow me. She's an experienced queen and has had a successful litter, so I wouldn't worry. Just stay calm and relaxed and talk to her sweetly. Goood luck, hope everything goes well.
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