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10+ How Animals Look Before Giving Birth

As a female, there is no greater gift you can give to your species than life. A woman, wife or mother when pregnant is a beautiful thing. They are happy with new life growing inside of them.
Animals too are just as proud and protective when they are pregnant. Sometimes these soon-to-be moms from the animal kingdom don’t look very impressed about their current size, but they all look absolutely adorable.
Here at Pawsplanet we’ve collected pictures of animals look before giving birth. Scroll down to enjoy and don’t forget to share with your friends and your family!

#1. When you look cute but don’t feel cute.

#2. I am so ready for this baby to be born NOW.

#3. Just left the bathroom and have to pee again…

#4. Yeah, go ahead and touch my belly one more time.

#5. I’m sure my cat doesn’t like me any more.

#6. We paid for partner coached childbirth.

#7. Tired. Just tired.

#8. Hello, fatties.

#9. I am glowing. Literally.

#10. Yes, I’m pregnant too.

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