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Kittening/queening in cats - potential problems

Giving birth is a completely natural process for female cats, just like it is for women. In most cases the delivery will go smoothly and your cat will manage without any interference. However, you should keep a watchful eye on the labour as problems can occur. If your cat is having problems, then early intervention could save her life as well as that of the kittens.

What is normal feline labour like?

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What if no kittens are being born?

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How do I know if my cat is having problems?

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What are the causes and treatment of dystocia?

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How will my vet diagnose dystocia?

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What is uterine inertia?

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Conclusion

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