Now, to the question at hand.
Just like it's not a good idea to ask a woman if she's pregnant, it also can be tricky telling if a CAT is pregnant, and how far along she is. With the last pregnant cat I fostered, Honey, I was SURE that she had a couple of weeks to go, or possibly wasn't even pregnant at all, when I went in the foster room one morning, and, Surprise! Kittens!
It is not uncommon at all for a foster cat thought to be pregnant to turn out to be not pregnant at all. Short of doing an ultrasound, which most rescues can't afford to have done simply to determine pregnancy, there really isn't any good way to tell, as many cats can carry a pregnancy without showing much at all until the last few days. And some cats blow up like balloons and turn out to be simply well-fed.
So! We come to Kitty Mama. I am taking the word of the woman who rescued her that she's pregnant. I mean, that was the big hurry on trapping her. It really doesn't matter much to me one way or the other: I'll either be fostering her and her kittens, or just her, for the next couple of months. But! I have to admit that I wouldn't mind having some itty-bitty baby kittens in the foster room, along with Kitty Mama.
Let's go to the game cam, shall we?
Hmmm, she doesn't look pregnant to me:
Oh, but wait, I think I see a bulge:
Nope, she looks totally normal:
But waaaaaaait a minute!:
Haha basically, I have no idea at this point. Anyone care to hazard any guesses?