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People Who Adopted Pregnant Cats And Ended Up With A Huge Litter Of Kittens

Pregnancy is not a fun thing.

Sure, people will tell you it is the most beautiful thing and that you are growing life inside your body but it is painful and uncomfortable. And those are just some of the normal effects of being pregnant. But humans have appropriate care and doctors that know what they are doing. And while some cats who have homes have that as well. Other cats that roam around the streets don’t have that sort of luxury.

And before you go on to say that they shouldn’t get pregnant in the first place. That is not possible since cats go through a phase of heat and don’t know any better. At least the ones who are wild. So while their kittens sometimes find a home, other times they are not so lucky. But we are here to see cats of the former variety. You see people adopted cats who just looked fat and thought they only needed to diet.

As it turns out, it wasn’t just fat but a bunch of kittens. You can scroll below to take a look for yourself.

#1 ‘You see what I have to deal with everyday?’

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#2 Atleast they look happy as a family.

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Mother was a rescue and we found out she was pregnant with 4 kittens. Here is she with her 2 daughters. Picture from 4 years ago. All 5 cats still with us.

#3 The humans just ended up with these three kittens out of nowhere.

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#4 When you don’t understand why your cat is getting fat.

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One of my bf’s cat just recently gave birth to 6 cute kittens. Funny thing is they didn’t even know she was pregnant til after she gave birth. She’s an indoor cat so that one time she got out she got knocked up.

#5 At least the kittens have found a safe home for themselves.

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A few months ago my grandmother took in a stray pregnant cat, solely because she didn’t want her to give birth outside. I’ve adopted 2 of the 6 kitten litter just a few days ago, they are so sweet and loving!

#6 From a bin to a luxurious life.

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My dad, a Bangladesh Army Medic, has been rescuing cats for the past year. These are our newest family members. The pregnant mother was rescued from a garbage bin. The kittens were born in our home and are now 5 weeks old. Best dad in the world.

#7 These are one of the most adorable kittens I have ever seen.

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#8 This cat walked through fire to save her kittens not once but five times!

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#9 Those are a lot of cats!

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#10 ‘What are you staring at hooman? I am trying to feed my children.’

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My cat quietly gave birth to 3 kittens while I was playing Mario Party. Here’s a picture of the proud Mother on the day she gave birth.

#11 These three might not have a mother anymore but they will survive.

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While all of these pictures look adorable and many people want their cats to have children, this is not healthy and can seriously hurt the kitty ( Not the pregnancy part but the heat part). So it is better to spay your cat before this happens. Because the heat for them is painful if they don’t get pregnant which not many people are willing to let their cats do. After all, there are already so many shelters and wild cats that need rescuing, why add more to the list?

#12 The cat looks quite tired after taking care of so many kittens.

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#13 Can you count how many cats there are in this picture?

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Two mom cats (mother daughter) who gave birth at same exacte time ,co-mothering their 8 shared babies together.

#14 When the mom just wants to take a nap.

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#15 This kitty gave birth on mothers day.

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#16 This face perfectly captures the ‘I was not ready for this.’

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#17 Sometimes you just give in and let your kids do whatever they want.

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#18 This kitty is a whole mood though.

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#19 A loving family right here.

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#20 Last but not least, this mother cuddling with her children.

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Have you ever housed a pregnant cat? If so how many kittens did you end up with? Let us know in the comments below.

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