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Around the final two weeks of pregnancy, a mother cat might show nesting behavior.

Before queening, or giving birth, she will seek out an isolated, quiet and dark place to have her kittens.

You may want to provide a large box with dry paper, towels or blankets in the location she seems to prefer.

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