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Where it all comes down to, is this: if you know how to recognize complications, you can do a lot to prevent worst. Seeing a vet might not even be necessary then - which is not only good news for your cat, but also for your budget.
And if you have right skills, you can save a kitten’s life when something goes wrong during birth. Yes, even you can obtain these skills!
Time is of essence with most medical issues. But when you have a pregnant pet, educating yourself is just as important.
Spend time on reading about pregnancy in cats. Talk with a professional breeder. Ask your vet for advice once you realize your cat is pregnant.
Don’t sit back and think all goes well. With a little time and effort, you can save yourself and your cat a devastating experience.
Journalist and long-time cat lover Marc de Jong is the author of How To Take Care Of Your Pregnant Cat, a unique ebook that tells you all about pregnant cats, birth and raising kittens. Read more here: http://www.pregnant-cat-care.com