|Purred: Fri May 29, '09 9:45am PST |
|Cat gestation is approx 65 days. Here is a link on care for the queen, the
momma cat, and what to do, and how to care for the newborn kittens.
If she is not a show cat, and your not looking to show the kittens, you might
want to consider getting her spayed, after she has the kittens, and the vet
feels its safe for her.
Keeping a female intact, and not breeding her, which should only be done
if the female is a registered show cat, and the kittens will be shown, can
lead to alot of serious health issues.
Hope this info is helpful, if the info is not in the link, it might be a good
idea to keep the other cat away from the momma cat, as she gets closer
and delivers her kittens. Some cats will try to kill the kittens, and the
other cat might be fine with them, but prob best not to take the chance.
Best of luck with the kittens, let me know if you need anything else.