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Monday, February 1, 2010

We are Pregnant!

I can keep this going until everyone congratulates me, but I am not in the playing It's our cat Molly, who is pregnant. Finally, I don't have to listen to my DD asking when we are going to kitten/s. I notice a bulging belly from her about a week ago. I don't know how big she will get, but she looks fat right now.

4 weeks gestationHopefully, we only get 1 or two, and we can keep them all. I'm already thinking that the kids will not like giving any of them away. And 1 is a good number to keep. How long is the gestation period for cats, 2 to 3 months? I don't even know when she got pregnant. I am also hoping that she give birth inside the house. She is an outside cat, she got 4 bells for Christmas, and we put that by the front door. Whenever she wants to go out, she rings them, the same thing when she wants to come in. It is low enough that she can make noise with the bells.

Above photo was taken on January 15, a week before she started showing. I read that they usually show around 5 weeks and today is the beginning of her 6 weeks. Anyone wants kitten?


Katherine February 1, 2010 at 4:29 PM  

I about "woop dee dooed" for you - LOL... but kittens are cute to, so woop dee doo! LOL!

Nedekcir February 1, 2010 at 5:34 PM  

Lol, thanks Katherine. I will hate myself if I get pregnant again. We are finally off diapers since summer 2009 and I am not about to get back on that.

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