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4. It takes education. Have you thought about what could happen at birth? Do you know how to cut an umbilical cord? What to do if a newborn remains in its fluid filled sac? What supplies you need? How to know when a c-section is necessary? What to feed a pregnant cat?
5. It takes money. Kittens cost more money than you probably think. Itís not only food. Even if you go through pregnancy without a vetís help, you need to have them vaccinated and dewormed.
Yes, thereís a lot to think about! However, if you really want to breed, make sure you get right information, so you are prepared for best and worst.
Marc de Jong runs an acclaimed web site on cats and is the author of the book How To Take Care Of Your Pregnant Cat, available through http://www.cat-pregnancy-report.com/pregnant-cat.html The book is filled with insider tips and tells you how your cat can deliver and raise a healthy litter.