Will a mother cat move her kittens?

Table of contents:

  1. Will a mother cat move her kittens?
  2. What should I do if my cat move her kittens?
  3. How do I stop my mother cat from moving kittens?
  4. What do you feed a nursing mother cat?

Will a mother cat move her kittens?

Mom cats move their kittens often and she may be in the midst of moving them and on her way back to these seemingly abandoned kittens. Or she may be out looking for food. It is not unusual for a mom to leave her kittens for several hours looking for food.

What should I do if my cat move her kittens?

It is a common misconception that a mother cat will not care for her kittens if they are touched, but don't worry she doesn't mind. However, don't be surprised if they're moved the next time you check on them! If you find neonatal kittens the best thing to do is leave them alone! Mom will most likely come back.

How do I stop my mother cat from moving kittens?

The key is to make sure the area is private and clean. Keep the other animals in the household away from them. Also keep the area warm, as kittens can get chilled easily. If you put mom and her babies open in a spare bedroom, she may move her kittens around the room repeatedly.

What do you feed a nursing mother cat?

Nursing mother cats need to eat a high quality kitten formula food. If she is a picky eater, do not hesitate to try feeding her canned tuna, chicken or salmon. Do not give cow's milk to cats, despite popular belief, it is impossible for cat's to digest and often causes serious stomach upset.