Cats are mammals, and do not lay eggs.
No. Cats are mammals, and mammals almost always do not lay eggs.
Cats DONT lay eggs, cats are MAMMALS.
Cats do not lay eggs. Cats are placental mammals, meaning they give birth to live young. They are not monotremes, or egg-laying mammals.
Wild cats do not lay eggs. They are mammals. Like humans, they give birth to their young.
no because there mammals so they don't.
Mammals do not (usually) lay eggs. Birds lay eggs. Your answer is: bears, cats, dogs, foxes, squirrels, humans, an so on.
The Platypus and the Echidna are the only mammals who lay eggs
Jaguars are mammals. Mammals do not lay eggs.
Nope, there mammals. Mammals don't lay eggs
Whales are mammals, they do not lay eggs. Whales give birth to live 'calves' the same as other mammals such as dogs/puppies, cats/kittens and humans/babies.
No. Cats are placental mammals, meaning they give birth to live young. The only egg-laying mammals (monotremes) are platypuses and echidnas.