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Could there have been something that might have caused her to move the kittens? Something that might have stressed her out? Mother cats will move their babies around if they think that they’re in danger or stressed. First-time mothers are even more anxious than others. If you are worried you might consider placing her and her babies in a room with food, water, and a litter box until you feel they are ready.
 

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The mother cat might have been taking them out to learn how to hunt, etc and after calling them to follow three came and two didn’t. At this age, the kittens are becoming more independent and not relying as much on the their mother. So are their two kittens missing? If so, I would continue searching for them because they are too young to survive on their own. Good luck and I hope you find them. There is not much you can do about all the kittens following the mother. This is simply a normal behavior for a mother cat to teach her young the tricks of the trade.
 
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