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Momma Cat Carries Baby Kitten

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Mama Cat Rejects Newborn Kittens ~ Taking Over Care ~ Warm Them & Feed Them - 3 Days Old

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Is It Normal for Mother Cats to Leave Kittens Periodically? : Kittens & Cat Care

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  • The main reason a mother cat moves her kittens from their den is because they fear for either their safety or comfort.

    Even if a threat is imperceptible to us, the mother cat thinks her kittens may be

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