At one year old Iggey is still pretty much a baby herself, too young to be pregnant not to mention that she's pretty small...so there are a myriad of complications that she could experience, possibly life threatening. She should be taken to the vet to be examined and determine if she is at any risk.
Please plan to spay her after this litter is weaned. Do not let her outside, she can go into heat and get pregnant again within days of delivering. If your male cat is not neutered, keep them separated...better yet, get him neutered before she delivers. Cat over population is a real problem, especially in your area no need to contribute to it further.
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