Cat reproduction

The reproductive health of your cat is entirely your responsibility. If your cat is not neutered, you will have to pay attention to them to when they go into heat and learn what to do about it. From mating to pregnancy and giving birth, you will find everything you need to know about feline reproductive health in our articles. You can also find guides on how to care for young kittens, from their very first hours to weaning.

Cat reproduction

The reproductive health of your cat is entirely your responsibility. If your cat is not neutered, you will have to pay attention to them to when they go into heat and learn what to do about it. From mating to pregnancy and giving birth, you will find everything you need to know about feline reproductive health in our articles. You can also find guides on how to care for young kittens, from their very first hours to weaning.

Cat Reproduction: Everything You Need To Know

Cat reproduction

Cat reproduction

Understanding how cats breed is important if you want to welcome a healthy litter of kittens into your home.

Everything you need to know about how cats breed

You must take extra care of your cat while they’re in heat. During this period, their behavior will be different and cats of both sexes may try to escape from home.

If your cat is expecting kittens, you must pay particular attention to their health so that both mother and kittens will develop properly. Make sure you are up to date on how your cat’s needs may change during their pregnancy.

Learn how to look after a litter of kittens

Our advice will help you prepare for your cat to give birth, from their pregnancy to the when their kittens are weaned. Learn about how kittens develop and how to help them feed, first from their mom and then onto proper food when they’re weaned.

If you want to stop your cat from being able to mate or get pregnant, we also have advice on feline contraceptives, spaying and neutering.

You can also find our articles on diseases related to the feline reproductive system and how to spot the warning signs that these could be affecting your pet.

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