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Answered 2009-02-14 02:50:07

Yes, most likely, they usually have at least three or four.


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Yes, a cat can indeed give birth to only one kitten.

I have a cat that gave birth to only one kitten.

I dont quite know what you are asking but it is unusual for a cat to just have one kitten, however its not uncommon

Yes. We often assume that when a cat has a litter of kittens there are several but, on occasion the cat will have only one kitten (particularly if the cat is small herself).

A cat can give birth to as few as one kitten to as many as 14, though the average litter size is around 4-5. Many different factors can go into why your cat only gave birth to one kitten.

i know lots of cats who have had only one kitten. Don't worry if your cat has. one of my cats had just one kitten and she is as healthy as she can be.

Definitely, and they usually do.

A kitten is a baby cat (under one year old), but is called a kitten. A cat is an adult cat, over one year in age.

Cat = kat, or if it is a female one: Poes Kitten = kitten

Yes. But this will only work sometimes usually if the mother your giving the kitten to has lost one of her own.

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.

Yes, a cat can have anywhere from 1 kitten to 13.

that's not unordinary...they do that all the time...its hard to tell when they are pregnant. it just means that (usually) the mother cat is a little more protective of the kitten if i was helpfull to you could you please recommend me!! that would be great

Yes, if it is the first time. Cats usually have more and more kittens every year. At first they can have 1-3 kittens.

A kitten cat eat adult cat food at any age; the main difference between kitten food and adult cat food is the caloric content. Kittens need more calories in order to properly grow and develop into a full-grown, adult feline. Kitten food is supposed to aid in this process by being more calorie-dense with more vitamins; however, it is often more expensive and less economical. One could theoretically feed more servings of adult cat food to a kitten, supplemented with vitamins, until it is grown. Until a kitten is weened, it is not so much an issue.

Yes, it actually depends on what type of cat. It's rare for one kitten. I mean least would be 3.

yes they aren't expected to have a big first litter, my cat only had three its first litter.

It's possible that the cat can miscarry one kitten and still carry the rest full term. If your cat has miscarried one kitten, I advise you to take her to the vet because if a kitten died in her it could make her very ill, or even die, and it can also harm the other kittens.

If a female cat has had several litters yes it is normal for her to have only one kitten and indication the cat is having too many litters. And she needs to be spayed. --------- It isn't normal, but it isn't out of the question either, and here is why. Cats mate differently from most other mammals. When they go into heat, it just means they are ready to get pregnant. They only release an egg when they mate with a male cat, and even that isn't guaranteed. So if you cat only mated once with a male, it is likely to only have one kitten. If your cat mated several times with a male (or several males, which does happen), your cat will likely have multiple kittens. Their ovaries can only release so many eggs per heat cycle, so that is also why if a cat mates, let's say fifteen times in one heat cycle, they won't have fifteen kittens; they will only have four-six, for example. And as the person said above, the more litters a cat has had, the less eggs it will release.

She probably has 1-2 kittens maybe more cause I had a cat that I thought that I felt 2 kittens but she only had 1.

Yes. A cat is still a kitten until it turns one year old.

Well, I was told that you start feeding a kitten adult cat food at 9 months. So I would gather a kitten becomes a cat at 9 months of age :) (not long enough I say) Cats stop most of their growing at one year, but they are only considered 'fully mature' until they are 7 years, or about 51 years in cat years.

A male cat is a Tom, a female cat is a Queen, and a young cat is a kitten.

If your looking for a specific species of cat, try typing in the specie's specific name. The name "cat" may be too general for what you are searching for.Also, a cat and a kitten are one in the same. A kitten is simply a young cat: not a subspecies or separate species of cat.If you're looking for the family the cat species belongs to, the scientific term for that is known as Felidae.

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