Dogs & Cats

Signs of approaching the birth of cats

Cats Cats are a type of pet that falls under the family of nymphs. It is characterized by its intelligence and inclination to play, play and interact with humans. It also relies heavily on itself, which has led many people to adopt it. The cats differ in color and shape. Animals in their diet on insects, and some types of rodents, such as mice and canned meat.

Signs of approaching the birth of cats increase anxiety before birth several days. Move her over in place. Increase the licking of the cat to itself, especially the area of the nipples, and the genital area. Loss of appetite for food. Low body temperature before birth 24 hours. Take the cat to put the defecation, but they do not defecate.

The stages of the birth of cats The prenatal stage is the stage of contractions where the expansion of the tendons of the pelvis and cervix to increase the breadth of the pelvic area, and to facilitate the process of birth, and contractions of the muscles of the uterus, and then begin delivery after an hour of contractions of some cats, and others, lasting for 12 hours until The birth is performed, characterized by an increased respiratory rate and increased anxiety, leading to the vet’s use of tranquilizers in some cases.

Prenatal stage is the stage of contractions where the expansion of the tendons of the pelvis and cervix to increase the breadth of the pelvic area, and to facilitate the process of birth, and contractions of the muscles of the uterus, and then begin delivery after an hour of contractions of some cats, and some of the other lasts 12 hours until delivery, This stage is characterized by an increased respiratory rate and increased anxiety, leading to the vet’s use of tranquilizers in some cases.

The cat will sit on her chest and then extend her feet forward, and the contractions of the uterus will increase, leading to the birth of the first cat and push it out. If the first cat continues for more than 10 minutes, the cat must be assisted by pulling the baby. Mucus, drying and cutting of the umbilical cord, as well as the body of the young to stimulate and facilitate the process of breathing.

The placental descent stage may take the mother cat placenta, and this does not cause any harm to her, as it contains hormones and many beneficial nutrients to them, longer eating placenta than the instincts where cats seek to clean the place of birth.

Problems with the birth of irritated and nervous nervous cats. Some cats become very nervous after childbirth. This causes them to be unable to perform their tasks after birth, such as removing the mucosa, which necessitates the intervention of the nanny by using a dry towel to dry the baby’s body to protect against cold.

Placental retention leads to uterine infections, so the nanny should be careful to monitor placental fall. Narrow pelvic cavity of the female leading to difficulty birth, and the use of cesarean delivery.

Cord bleeding of young cats as a result of cutting the mother of the umbilical cord, in this case the umbilical cord must be tied to the young by sterile thread.

The inability of young cats to breathe as a result of the mother’s removal of the mucous membrane, so the nanny removed from around the nose, mouth, and head. Abortion.

Early labor, due to the presence of microbes in the uterus. The death of embryos within the womb, or the presence of deformed embryos. Womb rupture due to prenatal accident.

Postpartum vaginal bleeding may indicate the presence of infections or other problems. Small cat syndrome, such as the birth of cats with less than normal weight, and the difficulty of breastfeeding or inability to breastfeed. The cat rejected her baby.

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