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Answered 2009-08-11 05:30:53

A cat can give birth to as few as one kitten to as many as 14, though the average litter size is around 4-5. Many different factors can go into why your cat only gave birth to one kitten.


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I have a cat that gave birth to only one kitten.

Yes, a cat can indeed give birth to only one kitten.

unusual. cats rarely give birth to only 1 kitten. but it can happen.

I would seek other answers, but my answer is Mary was only 15 when she gave birth.

cats are only blind at birth and survive on the mothers milk for the first few weeks

Cats can have any number of kittens from one on up. Usually the max is 6.

she was only 16 when she gave birth to him

My guinea pig has just gave birth she herself is only 18weeks and has gave birth through the night on her own and she and baby are fine.

Henry VIII had nowhere near 11 children. In fact, he only had three. His first wife, Katherine, gave birth to one child, Mary. His second, Anne, gave birth to Elizabeth. His third wife, Jane, gave birth to Henry's only son, Edward VI, who died at a young age. Henry's quest for a male heir was largely unsuccessful.

nobody knows, we only know that pan was his grandmother

She changed the way people thought about women in her time and ruled over most of EuropeShe gave birth to hella kidsShe only gave birth to 8 children

only if you buy a larger kitten to eat the predator

Cats tongues are so rough so when I give birth it can clean its kitten better. (This is only a female cat)

When a cat is giving birth, the first kitten should arrive within an hour after the onset of labour. Sometimes labour lasts only a few minutes before the kitten arrives. Other kittens should arrive with an interval of ten minutes to an hour between them.

Hi, my cat only gave birth last night, as yes she was still eating right up to the birth,

Yes, she is the only planet that gave us birth so yes she is our mother.

My Chihuahua gave birth 64 days after being bred only one time. Hope this helps!

that's not unordinary...they do that all the time...its hard to tell when they are pregnant. it just means that (usually) the mother cat is a little more protective of the kitten if i was helpfull to you could you please recommend me!! that would be great

Yes. But this will only work sometimes usually if the mother your giving the kitten to has lost one of her own.

Catherine of Aragon gave birth to Mary Tudor (Bloody Mary) by Henry VIII. Catherine was Henry's first wife and Mary was the only surviving child of Catherine and Henry.

She was Jane Seymour. She gave birth to his one and only son, Edward VI, and died shortly after his birth.

Yes. Sometimes the kitten may be dead. You will need to go see a vet or take the cat to the animal hospital. Just get her checked up.

u can only feed a kitten warm milk

There is only one answer to that and it is no.

Only if that kitten was infected with rabies. (exception: if that kitten was a carrier of rabies, meaning it had it but didn't show symptoms of the disease.)

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