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It is perfectly normal for a cat to have only two kittens. Sometimes a cat will have only one kitten. Usually a cat will have fewer kittens in her first litter, and when she is older she will have a larger litter.

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An expecting Queen should always be given as much food as she needs; she needs nutrients for both her and her kittens. A premium high protein cat food is always the best for any cat.


it actually depends on the cat. if it is a more chubbier cat it will probably be around 4-6 kittens. if it is more smaller cat, it will have about 1-3 kittens.


The regular gestation period is 58-65 days, depending on how many kittens the cat is expecting.


'with two kittens' describe the cat. So, you should write 'is sleeping'. But if you mean that all three of them are sleeping, write 'A cat and his two kittens are sleeping'.


The regular gestation period is 58-65 days (9 months) depending on how many kittens the cat is expecting.


Kittens no and mother of the kittens no. The Cat should way more than usual because she is still nursing her kittens so the kittens can gain weight and grow :) Hope your new additions arent too much of a handfull


my cat is a outdoor cat it will get more aggressive if outdoor if i were you i would keep it inside indoor or outdoor you decide


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.



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


NO! No you should not. That is cruel and unnecessary.


Yes she has more than one cat or kittens.


Typically a cat has three to six kittens. Only a few instances of more than six has happened before.


The momma cat should not be spayed until she has weened her kittens, at approximately 8 weeks from birth.


They can begin reproducing as early as 4 to 6 months, although it is highly advisable to spay the kittens before this time. At this age, they are still kittens themselves. The risk of complications and things going wrong with a pregnant kitten is significantly higher than with a fully adult cat who is expecting kittens. Spay and neuter kittens before they reach 6 months old.


Cats usually have a litter consisting of 2-8 kittens. You can get more, but I think the most any cat has had is 12 kittens. It should be on the guiness world records website if you check,


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.


The best idea is to leave the cat there until the cat comes out.


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


Make sure the mother cat is fed properly, she has clean water several times a day. The bedding should be kept clean. The cat and her kittens should be in a big enough box or container where there is room for shavings for the kittens to go to the bathroom. Mom can take care of the rest.


I think what you should do is try to help the cat and her kittens, especially if the mother cat will let you help her and her babies. If not, still try to help them in some way. I don't know what you could do to help, but an idea is that maybe if the cat/kittens need water or food, you could possibly help with that.


Do you mean the female cat? If so, the cat should be taking care of her kittens by nursing them, teaching them how to wash themselves, etc. Usually the father cat does not do much in parenting.



My client witnesses a hermaphrodite cat have kittens, it looks mostly male from the outside but delivered kittens.


your cat may have a disease. or is just unable to carry kittens. either that or the father might have a disease. a disease that makes them unable to have kittens. you should take your cat to the vet to see why.



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