- Try to keep the queen inside the nursery or out in the clearing; Do Not let them outside of camp on patrols.
- Keep the cat comfortable.
- Keep her hydrated and eating a lot of fatty prey such as rabbits, plump shrews, and squirrels.
- Ensure the queen eats plenty of Borage before and after kitting.
- When they kit have plenty of needed herbs such as raspberry leaves, narcissus
- Keep the Queen comfortable with the pain, rub her belly and give her Narcissus for contractions.
- Kitting process
- Make the She-Cat as comfortable as possible, with only the cats she chooses to be allowed in the area
- Make a big and soft moss nest for the soon-to-come kits
- Allow the Queen to grasp a stick in jaws, so she can bite down when in pain
- The first contractions should stretch out through 1 hour at the most, try to give her Narcissus for the contractions.
- After 1 hour of contractions, the labor begins and the first kit should be born
- Clean off the kit and place them on the moss nest, having another cat keeping an eye on them
- Prepare for the other kit, who should arrive in 10 minutes to 1 hour
- Once all the kits are born, immediately return them to the mother, if conscious (she may go unconscious from the pain)
- Make sure both the kits and Mother is healthy
- Let them both rest after a long, hard labor
- Credit to the skyclan med.