How to Separate Kittens from a Mother Cat for Adoption?

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You need to wait until the kittens are around eight weeks old in order to separate them from a mother cat for adoption. Somewhere between 6 weeks and 16 weeks is the ideal window. You can leave the kittens alone for a while if their mothers too feral.
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