Yes, cats do make babies. They are called kittens or kits.
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Well yeah..... cats do get attached to their kittens.
KITTENS means baby cats.So only CATS can have kittens.
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The collective nouns for cats are:a clowder of catsa clan of catsa clutter of catsa glaring of catsa pounce of catsa dout of cats (house cats)a nuisance of cats (house cats)a destruction cats (wild cats)a kendle of kittensa kindle of kittensa litter of kittens
Cats and kittens are carnivores.
No, cats have kittens.
Well , they separate their kittens from the other cats kittens but ,the Momma cat itself doesn't pleasure!
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No, the word 'cats' is the plural form for the noun 'cat'.The collective nouns for cats are:a clowder of catsa clan of catsa clutter of catsa glaring of catsa pounce of catsa dout of cats (house cats)a nuisance of cats (house cats)a destruction cats (wild cats)a kendle of kittensa kindle of kittensa litter of kittens
Kittens come out the cats vagina.
Yes because kittens are littler then cats .
Cats can have kittens any time of the year, but it is most common for them to have kittens between early spring and early summer.
That is hard and you can't make them. Most older cats do not get along with other CATS! But if kittens are introduce with an older cat they have a better chance of getting along.
If you mean 'why are young cats called kittens', I dont know. But if you mean 'why do cats give birth', it is to stay alive.
Kittens are young cats, of the felinepersuasion.
Cats have kittens, and beavers have kits.
Yes they do cats and kittens do
Yes Cats Can Give Birth To Many Numbers Of Kittens Like 18 Kittens.
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She-cats mostly have 3-4 kittens, but can have up to 8 or 9 kittens. They can go down to at least 1 or 2 kittens, but that is very rare.
Yeah....female kittens can have kittens at 4-6 months old. Cats are no longer considered kittens at one year old, they are adult cats.
Young cats are called kittens.
The bigger cats do not like kittens because they feel offended, you need to keep an eye on bigger cats who will mark their territory.