Well she is just a little over a year. And she got external during her last heat cycle. Well her * never really changed colour. They are still a normal colour. But her stomach is getting larger. I can feel bumps in there. i am pretty positive she is pregnant. But in recent times looking to see what others thought. what do u think?
It is very possible that she is pregnant. Since she get outside while she was in roast, any male cat could have got a hold of her, and besides that's precisely what she wanted! If she is gaining weight, after she is most likely pregnant, make sure to nurture her extra food so she can get the proper nutrients. If you want you can take her to the vet for an ultrasound, but it is immensely expensive. Either way I am sure that she will be fine. If this is her first litter do not worry, animals are born next to a strong Instinct and know what they are supposed to do in these kind of situations.
Answers: Usually they become extra nice when they get pregnant and they don't want to run outside anymore. If her belly is getting larger, and she did go external, she most likely is pregnant. Watch for when she's ready to give birth because she'll try and find a nice hush spot to have her babies. Before that time comes, be prepared with a pillow or dog bed, something that's comfortable for her, but not very fluffy. Maybe it it contained by a closet or a secluded corner in a warm place. I know this sounds gross, but you might want to keep under surveillance her give birth in case anything go wrong. If a kitten comes out feet first, you'll need to pull it out at once because it can die. Hopefully everything goes right. Try not to touch them after they're born. If you need to move one of them because she's laying on it, it's okay, simply make sure your hands are verbs and let her sniff your hand first.
this is what happened to my cat and i am pretty sure she is pregnant to and so is my friend whom is a vet
check her nipples whether they have grown bigger and they are pink this is also a sign that she is pregnant
i say from what you own described she is prgaz or she is not chewing her food properly or her stomach is wrong. but most likely pregz. if ur scared nearly what i said then, just see a vet, but if something be wrong with her stomach she would be vomiting large amounts of her food.
mosh up her food so it is easy for her to munch through and swallow and this not put pressure on her tummy.