We have an outdoor cat that was pregnant, and now she gave birth. (We think) How do you determine weather she gave birth?
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she should have milk coming out of her nipples. they will be saggy and full looking. follow her one day and find out.
they lick everthing!
You’d notice her stomach is much smaller, she’ll stay close to where she had the kittens for the most part, you might hear like a half purr half meow, which is a way of calling to her kittens.
Plus she’ll look really tired, ragged, and worn out. This is where you can help by providing a LOT more food than you normally would for her, high quality “high calorie” food, and lots of fresh water.
But yeah, her sides won’t be as “fat”, and her nipples will be distended and look full or long, depending on how long ago she last fed the kittens.
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