Question by  cakes77 (2)

How long is a domestic cat pregnant for?

My cat is pregnant and I would like to know when to expect her to have the kittens.


Answer by  graycat (174)

Domestic cats have pregnancies of approximately 63 to 65 days. A few days before delivery, she will begin to search for a nesting spot. Make sure you provide her with several quiet warm spots where she can deliver her kittens and "hide" them.


Answer by  jamie1 (291)

Congratulations! Your cat could expect the kittens anywhere from 57 days to 70 days. Of course it depends on when you learned she was pregnant, she could already be awhile along in the pregnancy so you should consult your vet if you haven't already! Good luck with the birth of the kittens.


Answer by  keiki (1376)

Cats are generally pregnant for 63 days, or 9 weeks. This is a general guideline, some cats will have the kittens a few days before or after the 9-week mark.


Answer by  stphaniecostello (159)

A domestic cat is pregnant or approximately nine weeks. Although you may not even begin to notice her thickness until she is four to five weeks along. When she begins looking in dark places for a spot to give birth it won't be long before the event takes place--about two weeks at the most.

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