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It's a perfectly normal behavior. Cats move their kittens when the smell of them gets to strong. It's their instincts. It's ment to protect the kittens from predators. When the smell gets to strong, the predators can smell their way to the kittens and therefor, mama cat moves them.

I do hope you'll find them. They need human contact.
 
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