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The average cat can have 3 to 6 kittens


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average is 4 but a cat can have from 2 to 8 kittens

On average, a Ragdoll cat has 5 kittens per litter. The age of the cat is a large factor. A younger cat is probably only going to have 1-2 kittens per litter.

The average size of a cat litter is three to five kittens.

Calico cats can have the same amount of kittens as any other cat. Calico is a certain coat pattern, not a separate breed.

my one just had kittens (she´s really young) and there are 3 i dunno if that´s the average but i heard that they don´t have as many kittens as other cats

4 to 6 kittens in a litter is average, but Ive seen a cat have only one and Ive heard of a cat having 8. The momma cat can accomidate up to 8 kittens (has 8 nipples).

The length of Prenancy in a Cat is aprx. 64-69 Day's. Most kittens are born in the Summer, and very few are born in the fall and winter months. Litters can AVERAGE from 2-5 or a MAXIMUM RANGE between 2-8. my brother's farm cat had 10 kittens cats are usually pregnant for approx. 63 days, as far as how many kittens they can have.. It depends on the cat.. I once cared for a cat that had 12 kittens.. However the average litter is usually five or six kittens..

In the average cat litter, there are three to eight kittens born. However, some breeds may bear more kittens, while others bear less.

1 to 9. Four to five being the average.

Anywhere from 1 to 10 kittens - though the average is 5 to 7

Not all sphinx cats are in fact hairless. If you are looking for a hairless sphinx cat, it is possible to have one or two in a said litter. When the cat gives birth the average number of kittens is 5-7.

The number of kittens a female cat can have in her lifetime depends upon climate and daylight hours, which is how her heat cycle is determined. Whether she is an indoor cat, a cat used for breeding, or an outdoor feral cat, will also affect the number of kittens she can have, as the mortality rate for outdoor kittens is about 75%. The average gestation period for a cat is 63 days, so theoretically she could have 3 litters a year, with an average litter being 4 to 6 kittens. Realistically, however, it is more likely that she would have one to two litters a year with the ability to produce approximately 200 kittens in her lifetime if she is not spayed.

no they can not only if the cat and another cat can have the kittens

4-6 is an average litter. Above 6 is usually considered a large litter, depending on the breed. Some cats have had as many as 14 kittens.

A cat can have as many as ten kittens, or as few as one or two, but the only thing that matters is how many she can nurse. The average number of nipples on a cat is eight, but some cats have only six nipples. Also she may not be able to produce enough milk for a large litter.

A cat can have kittens about 2 times a year. Sometimes 3 or 4 times a year.

It depends on what type of cat it is

A litter size does not depend on what litter a cat has. It decided on how many male cats that have bred with the female cat. A cat can have up to 8 kittens or a litter of one.

A 3 to 4 year cat would average 4 to 6 kittens in a litter.

It is impossible to know how many kittens a cat will have without a vet exam. How old is the cat? Is it indoor or outdoor only? I have seen a 6 month old kitten give birth to a single kitten and abandon it. I have seen a 1 year old cat give birth to 4 kittens. Some have as many as 11 kittens. Also some breeds have larger or smaller litters. There is a lot to consider. All this is true, but on average a cat will have 1-8 kittens in a litter.

It can have abaut 56 kittens in a year

The sizes range greatly, and as unfortunate as it is, some of the litter never make it. With all things in consideration, a cat can have a litter of about one to fourteen kittens. The average is around six to eight.

No. It is not possible for a male cat to have kittens. In order to have kittens a cat must have a uterus and male cats do not have a uterus. If your male cat is having kittens, it is not a male, it is a female.

Cats have an average gestation of 63 days. When a cat is ready to have its kittens, it may start to nest, pace, pant, and appear generally uncomfortable.

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