A female cat usually develops hormones around the age of six months and therefore is able to have kittens. However, at 6 months old, the cat is still a kitten herself, so letting her breed will severely endanger her and the unborn kittens lives, as both mother and litter need a lot of energy to grow and develop in a healthy manner.
An old cat can have kittens. Cat can always have kittens unless they die, are spayed, or kept away from an 'intact' male. Whether or not an old cat SHOULD have kittens, is another question all together.
they need to be around 6-8 months old.
That depends how old the kittens are.
The mother cat killed her kittens. She then let her 8 week old kittens nurse her. Rhen she tried to kill them. She screams like a wild cat.
The mother cat gives birth to the kittens.
About 2 years old. But is best to spay her. Female cats do not need to have a litter first.
No. Any cat over one year of age(that is a female) can have kittens.
All 3 of my cats have had kittens and you do not need to buy anything. The only thing you need to do is make a bed for the cat indoors and make sure that she sleeps in it. So that you can avoid him/her having the kittens and making a mess on a bed or something. Also you need to worm the kittens.
A cat can be spayed anytime. it's best when they are young so that they wont have kittens, unless you want kittens.
no they can not only if the cat and another cat can have the kittens
If your cat has kittens that are a little older and should be eating cat food, that's why. What happens is the kittens get so old that sometimes their teeth can swell up the cats nipple.
if your cat doesent deliver all her kittens you need to take it to the vets because they might be to big to be born so the cat might have to have an operation to get them out.
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.
She wants food for her kittens
Nooo an eight week old kitten can not get a baby! you gotta be a cat to have kittens.
i would say 7 mouths to 9 years old
It depends on what you mean by "need to have a mate": Yes, cats need to mate to become pregnant. Female cats, however, do NOT need a "mate" (i.e. a male cat) to raise kittens. Males only mate with females. The female gives birth to the kittens and raises them.
they want and need more food and water for milk to keep the kittens alive.
100 years old in dog years
average is 4 but a cat can have from 2 to 8 kittens
Yes, kittens are indeed real. The word "kitten" is used for a young cat less than a year old. After a year old, the kitten is considered to be fully grown and is called a "cat".
Your 8 year old cat may be suddenly over protective of kittens that aren't hers because her maternal instinct kicked in. Especially if she ever had kittens in the past.