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Abortion in the cat: causes and symptoms

Abortion in the cat: causes and symptoms

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Abortion in the cat: causes and symptoms

Abortion in cats can occur at any time during gestation and for various reasons. Here are the causes of the termination of the cat’s pregnancy and the symptoms to watch out for.

Abortion in the cat: here are the symptoms and causes (Photo Istock)

As for humans, even for cats, pregnancy is a very delicate moment to face in the course of one’s life, as even a cat could have complications during pregnancy that can lead to an abortion.

For this reason it is very important that you pay attention to every little signal that your cat gives you. Here are the symptoms that a pregnant cat could have if she is about to have an abortion and what needs to be done about it .

Abortion in the cat: causes and symptoms

here are the symptoms and causes - Miscarriage in cats
Pregnant Cat (Photo Istock)

A cat abortion can occur at any time during pregnancy. If it occurs in the first phase of gestation, the female feline may have a reabsorption of the embryo, if it occurs after 30 days from mating, you will notice a loss of tissues or blood from the cat.

If, on the other hand, the termination of the pregnancy occurs late, that is when the cat is about to give birth, dead puppies may be born. The causes of miscarriage in a feline can be manifold including:

Symptoms of abortion in the cat

Symptoms of abortion in the cat
Symptoms of abortion in the cat (Pixabay Photo)

Very often abortion in the cat can occur without any symptoms and for this reason it is impossible to help one’s four-legged friend. Nonetheless, some symptoms can be a wake-up call, such as:

If your cat has any of these symptoms, it is necessary to contact the veterinarian for an accurate visit. Very often, preventing some situations can be effective for the health of your furry friend , for this reason we recommend that you have your cat paired before you visit her veterinarian, who with specific tests could highlight any diseases that could cause problems to a future pregnancy of your beloved four-legged friend.

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