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How many litters can a cat have in a year

How many litters can a cat have in a year



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How many litters can a cat have in a year?

Hi, I was just wondering if there was an approximate number of litters that a cat can have in one year. Is it just two, is it six, is it twelve? If so, is there an approximate number of kits (if any) a cat can produce in a year. Thanks.

Hi, I was just wondering if there was an approximate number of litters that a cat can have in one year. Is it just two, is it six, is it twelve? If so, is there an approximate number of kits (if any) a cat can produce in a year. Thanks.

I know this is a dumb question, but is anyone familiar with the answer to this? Thanks for your help.

Hello, I don't think this is a dumb question. But I guess I do not know the answer. I know the answer to your first question. I will try to answer your second question. There are some variables in that one too.

I will use the cat in this discussion. But this is a question that may apply to any pet.

Let's look at an average cat. I know some people have more cats than they know what to do with. But, for the sake of this discussion, we will say that the average cat is fed properly, well taken care of. A cat in good health and condition has many times that an average cat would have in a year. An average cat may have three litters. A really good cat may have 10 litters. I personally have seen cats have more than 25. (But this is because of the very special cat I have that gave birth to my kids. My cat and my kids do not breed.) The number of litters a cat will have is largely a function of how much they are fed. But what are you going to do with the kittens once you have the litter? Do you have a litter box? A box? Will you be able to take the kittens to daycare or will you be able to handle them?

If you have a good quality cat and you plan on keeping the kittens, it is possible that you will have six litters. (It will depend upon when your cats are in heat and whether or not your male cat has a chance to get a good breeding with the female cats.) If you have six litters, that means you will have one litter every five to seven weeks.

If your plan is to have the kittens go to daycare, then you are going to have to find out when the kittens come into heat. You have to decide whether you want to keep the kittens or to get rid of them. It's a very difficult decision and I don't think you can make a good decision until you look at how you and your cat will handle having the kittens at home.

You have to think about how your cat is going to be able to take care of all of the kittens. If your cat is going to be OK with one kitten, maybe it would be OK with two. But the more kittens, the more you are going to have to feed. You may have to look for a new daycare facility or a new home if you are going to have more than two kittens. You will have to think about where you will be able to keep the kittens if your cat does not like them. Will your cat accept them? You may be able to trn her. Or you may have to find a new home for your cats.

I think the most important thing you have to do is talk to your cat about having a litter of kittens. Cats have a natural tendency to be very territorial. They do not want to share. They want to be able to keep their litter. So, you need to talk to your cat about letting the kittens grow up with the litter and share their litter with them. They have to learn to tolerate other cats and cats that are not their litter. You may have to trn them. Or maybe your cat will decide that she does not want the kittens with her litter. You have to discuss this with your cat. She may be able to live with one, maybe two, or maybe just one kitten. You have to think about this before you get started.

This is one of the reasons why I think people are afrd of cats. It is hard to tell how much one is going to like the kittens. Some cats, especially when they are kittens, do not like other cats. They don't want them.

I have an old cat. She is about 15 years old. She had three litters of kittens. I adopted her when she was young, so she did not have a lot of time to mature as a cat. But I think she has mellowed down. She is OK with cats that she sees for the first time. But if she sees a cat for the first time and then has a litter of kittens, she may be very upset.

You have to think about all of this when you adopt a cat. Talk to the people who own your cat. They can give you a lot of good advice.

The only way to find out what a cat is going to do is to look at how you and your cat feel about the kittens. I know this may not be the answer you are looking for, but this is the best advice I can give you.

Hi, thanks for the info. I had a female cat that produced more than two litters of kittens per year. Her first litter, I got away from my job and could not care for her and the kittens properly and they died, they died fast and I had to watch one of them die of worms. My mother and I were sick from grief and my boss was pretty understanding. I did not realize until then how much I loved my cat and I was very very sad.

Her second litter I rsed her and I have had her for 15 years. I think she has mellowed some. We both have cats of our own, but we don't let the kittens out until they are fully weaned and ready to be social. She is not an aggressive cat and we love all of our pets. Her name is Nala and I have one son


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