Adorable Pet Moms and Their Roly-Poly Pregnant Bellies

Pregnancy is a wonderful and miraculous time for any expectant mother, human or animal. While it may be romanticized in movies and TV shows, the reality is that pregnancy can take a toll on a woman’s body, causing various physical changes and discomforts. The same can be said for pregnant pets, who may experience similar changes in their bodies as they prepare to welcome their little ones into the world.

One of the most obvious physical changes that pregnant mothers experience is the growth of their bellies. As the baby grows and develops inside the womb, the mother’s abdomen expands to accommodate the growing fetus. This can result in a roly-poly belly that is both adorable and relatable for expecting mothers, human or animal.

If you’re pregnant or just looking for some cute and lighthearted content to brighten your day, check out these adorable photos of pet moms-to-be and their roly-poly pregnant bellies. From cats and dogs to rabbits and ferrets, these pet moms are sure to put a smile on your face with their cute and relatable expressions.

Whether you’re a pregnant mom yourself or just a lover of cute animals, these photos are sure to provide some much-needed joy and laughter in your day. So sit back, relax, and enjoy this adorable collection of pet mom’s-to-be and their roly-poly pregnant bellies.

We have additional articles available for you to view if you’re interested. Tofu, a shelter dog I adopted, is frequently too terrified to walk, so I carry her everywhere.

#1 So the pregnant dog of my brother sleeps like this.

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#2 While initially enjoyable, I need this to end right away.

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#3 She’s Tired of Being Pregnant

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#4 On the safari at Animal Kingdom, we had the opportunity to see a giraffe giving birth. Something Extremely Unlikely to Ever Occur

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#5 Our firstborn is now an adult and will soon become a mother as well.

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#6 Healthy Eating Is A Crucial Component Of Pregnancy

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#7 Mojo is completely over being pregnant.

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#8 Using an ultrasound on a rat

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#9 We’re going to need a lot more In-N-Out Burgers, pickles, and ice cream. Pupper Patties Are About To Arrive

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#10 Units of Pregnant Goats

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#11 This mother seal has just warmed up in the sun after cooling down in Alsea Bay.


#12 Cheetah cub on the way

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#13 Congratulations, It’s A Baby Guinea Pig

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#14 My Friend’s Very Pregnant Cat Was Seen Sitting Like This.

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#15 Pregnant mother cat for weeks

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#16 A baby bump is there! One of our eagle rays is carrying a baby, and we think it’s adorable.

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#17 During his pregnancy, our male sea dragon was weedy! His eggs are visible attached to his tail.

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#18 Elephants are pregnant for 18 to 22 months, which is the longest gestation period of any living mammal.


#19 If You’ve Never Seen A Pregnant Groundhog

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#20 I gave a very pregnant squirrel some peanuts because she had no fear.

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#21 A Black Rhino in Pregnancy About 20 Meters From Our Car

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#22 Pregnant Goat Unit

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#23 Today was the first time I had ever seen a pregnant squirrel. This exceeded all of my expectations, which I’m not sure I had.

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#24 Resting Pregnant Leopard in Karnataka Forest

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#25 Have Any Of You Seen A Chameleon In Pregnancy?

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#26 Babies Will Emerge Soon

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#27 At Masai Mara National Park, a pregnant zebra

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Written by Liam Stevens

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