female cats on adverage have 1 - 8 kittens in one litter. but the largest know litter with all the kittens surviving is 14. but 1 - 8 kittens is just an adverage.
More Than 100 Kittens
Kittens? What kittens?
Uhm... The female cat gave birth to the kittens. If you are wondering about how the female cat had kittens, google it! Google will answer your question!
You can get kittens by getting a female cat and a male cat together and waiting for them to breed.
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.
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.
A female cat is called a Molly, if they have kittens they are called a Queen.
A female cat can have up to 2 thousand kittens in 5 years
a female cat can have kittens since it has 6 months of age till it is neutered or until it dies so id say about 100 kittens aprox
The male cat doesn't take part in the raising of the kittens it really doesn't care about the kittens just the female and the sex
No. A male cat does not have the correct reproductive organs to carry and give birth to kittens. Only female cats can have kittens.
It depends if you whant kittens a male is good but if you don't a female.
Yes. When a cat is about to have kittens, there is a certain smell, and other cats can smell this.
A female cat can go into heat as early as she's had the kittens, or later when the kittens are being weaned.
No. Any cat over one year of age(that is a female) can have kittens.
some would. but i think the kittens have to be very young.
The average cat can have 3 to 6 kittens
No, a spayed cat will not be able to have kittens, nor come on heat. The spaying procedure removes the reproductive organs which renders a female cat unable to come into season and have kittens.
The size of the litter averages about three to five kittens, and the first litter is usually smaller than the first.
Once a cat gets pregnant it takes about 63 - 65 days for the kittens to be born. So, they can have kittens about every 2 months or so.
If you spay your cat, you are making sure your cat doesn't have kittens. If you want kittens to sell or give away to people, or just keep at home, then don't spay your female cat. Birth is a very exciting thing, and you'll have mini-copies of your cat running around the house! :) If you want kittens, make sure not to spay your cat. But females can only get spayed. When boy kitties can't have kittens, they are neutered. It takes a male and a female cat to have kittens. But when there are kittens, make sure the male stays away, maybe in the other part of the house, or in a big dog excercise pen, or somewhere where he can't get to the kittens. Or he'll kill them to be with his mate, the female cat. Good luck with your kittens!
No, unless they are not his kittens but some other tom's, then he will kill them so the female will mate with him and have his kittens instead.