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Do's and Dont's
on Parturition in Queens

Do's and Dont's on Parturition in Queens

I very often get questions on birthing in queens.

Nothing abnormal here: no doubt it can be a stressful moment.

Indeed, hard to predict with certainty what is going to happen when multiple kittens are expected!

As cat breeders, what should you do? What should you NOT do?

This is why we decided to give this webinar on parturition in queens.

Cat breeders from 12 different countries attended.

One thing I can tell you for sure: we had a very good online discussion!

If you missed it, don't you worry, you can still watch the replay, the video is right below!

About the author:
Emmanuel Fontaine
Emmanuel Fontaine
Emmanuel Fontaine graduated from the Toulouse Veterinary School in 2004 and carried on his studies at the Alfort Veterinary School (Paris) as trainee Vet in the domestic carnivore unit of the Reproduction Department. From 2005 to 2001, he worked at the Centre d’Etude en Reproduction des Carnivores (CERCA) (Research Centre for Reproduction in Carnivores), a unit specializing in pet breeding assistance. Emmanuel Fontaine is also qualified from the European College for Animal Reproduction (ECAR) and wrote a PhD thesis on the use of GnRH agonists implants in small carnivores. He joined Royal Canin in September 2011 and now works in Scientific Communication in America.