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From past experience, they normally have about 1-6. I'd say on average probably around 4 kittens. There could be more, but I haven't seen anymore than this in my lifetime raising cats. The largest litter currently on record is a Burmese queen whom gave birth to 19 kittens, though only 15 survived. (One female, fourteen males.)

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