How do you tell if your cat still has kittens inside her?

Table of contents:

  1. How do you tell if your cat still has kittens inside her?
  2. What cats are afraid of?
  3. Why does my cat want to sleep with me?
  4. Why does my cat come in the bathroom with me?
  5. Why am I my cat's favorite?

How do you tell if your cat still has kittens inside her?

Feeling from the outside around the perineal area under the tail will indicate if a kitten is already through the pelvis, and a view of nose or feet and tail at the vulva indicates that birth must be imminent if the kitten is to live.

What cats are afraid of?

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Why does my cat want to sleep with me?

There are lots of reasons a cat may choose to sleep on their humans' laps or chests. Among the reasons cats sleep on people: warmth, comfort, affection and soothing sounds. Cherish the moment when they do as they like to switch up their routine and may find another place to nap.

Why does my cat come in the bathroom with me?

Cats Enjoy Routines Coming to visit you in the bathroom can become a routine your cat learns to love, especially if you give in to its pleas for attention. Your cat may also be anticipating mealtime if that's something you do after using the bathroom in the morning.

Why am I my cat's favorite?

Cats' favoritism is just as unpredictable and individual. Your cat's favorite person might simply be the human who plays with her the most. It could be the human that feeds her most often, or it could be someone strong and stoic who puts off a "secure" vibe. Remember that deep down, cats are animals.