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A friend of mine had a cat who was pregnant and it was a black and grey male cat I bought it from him and give it to my girlfriend and after a month I bought another cat from him and it ended up being a female when they first saw each other they didn’t like each other and now they fight but playful the male cat visits every week or every 2 weeks just for a few hours I’m wondering can my cat get pregnant by him? Cause I want my cat having his kittens is it safe tho? She’s only 4th months old and I wanna wait few more months more but I’m wondering cause I read they can die or have a disease and I’m afraid and I don’t want nothing of that to happen any information or answers please?

She’s only 4th months old and I wanna wait few more months more but I’m wondering cause I read they can die or have a disease and I’m afraid and I don’t want nothing of that to happen any information or answers please?A female cat can get pregnant by any fertile, intact male cat. Studies have shown that they actually live longer, and you wont have to deal with her going into “heat” each time she is wanting to mate. However, if you are really set on breeding your cat, please wait until she is over 1 year of age, to make it easier on her body. *Interesting fact: A female cat can actually become pregnant by more than one male, and have a litter of kittens consisting of 2 different kitty dads! If the cats carry a genetic mutation that is dangerous, it is more likely to be inherited when close relatives mate. A young cat giving birth can need a Cesarean section which is major surgery costing thousands of dollars.

What happens if a brother and sister cat mate?

What Happens If Cats from The Same Litter Mate? If cats from the same litter do mate, there’s every chance that their kittens will be born healthy with no obvious genetic issues. With luck, the litter produced will have all the desired physical and personality traits without any major defects.

Can a cat get pregnant from her brother?

Cats can become pregnant on their very first estrous cycle, increasing the chance that an accidental breeding may occur. Cats are indiscriminate, so a brother cat may breed with its sister, a father may breed with his daughter, and a son may breed with his mother.

Can cats have inbred babies?

It is perfectly acceptable to breed related cat and register their offspring. Inbreeding is the breeding of closely related cats, such as father to daughter or mother to son. … Inbreeding has a tendency to set undesirable features as well as desirable features and should only be done by an experienced breeder.

Is it bad for cats to be inbred?

As recessive genes appear, they can be eliminated by selective breeding. However, there are additional problems with inbreeding cats. … The Cat Fanciers Association of America notes that inbreeding may lead to immune deficiencies, more congenital abnormalities and cats that don’t grow to their potential.

about 7-8 weeks ago I took my male cat to get fixed, he was doing the usual, sparying and stinking the house, so I took him right away before be damaged the house and before he got his sister pregnant. About 3 maybe 4 weeks later I saw my female cat acting weird, I looked at her stomach and it looked like she was pregnant, MY MALE CAT GOT HER PREGNANT, HER BROTHER! she looked the same when her sister was pregnant about 3 months ago, but she’s not my cat that’s my aunts cat. Anyway, my cat’s nipples her getting bigger and pink, and they previously didn’t look like that! she’s always been extremly loving but now she’s more! I touched her tummy (which is weird because she never let me!) and her stomach felt kind of hard. I waited a couple more weeks and now I can feel her babies move, she was always a small cat, she’s a little over a year old and she looked like she’s 5 months old before she got pregnant! I noticed that she is getting a bit bigger, not fat, just her tummy is bigger.

I noticed that she is getting a bit bigger, not fat, just her tummy is bigger.What is weird is that her sister was HUGE, she was big that she couldn’t move and lick her self when needed. It means more unwanted kittens in an already crowded shelter world (if you are correct)
Yes, cats, if not fixed, will get their relatives pregnant. The female and babies should be in another room, door shut, away from small kids, a lot of noises, etc..preferably in a large box when she will allow you to put them there.Get RID of your male cat? As far as the sister carrying her brothers babies…it is not ideal but it happens all the time in the wild…I doubt you will have deformities…but again, please have them nuetered and spayed before these troubles come along…it saves A LOT of heartache Make sure you provide her with a safe, warm, dimly lit nesting box or area and keep the normal traffic of your home away from her until she is ready to bring the kittens out. This is after seven litters last year and a lot of supervision, though.On the other hand, I’ve heard of daddy cats grooming newborns in the box with mama. Originally Posted by 5catsandcountin I am hearing about a lot of unneutered cats in here, whether they are your aunts or yours..the best thing to do is to get them fixed BEFORE this happens. As far as the sister carrying her brothers babies…it is not ideal but it happens all the time in the wild…I doubt you will have deformities…but again, please have them nuetered and spayed before these troubles come along…it saves A LOT of heartache