What Age Can a Kitten Get Pregnant?

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The sexual maturity age of a female cat is at about five to twelve months. However, it is not abnormal for the female cat to commence the estrus cycle at an age of about four months. Therefore, it is possible for it to become pregnant at this age. This is dangerous, since it is literary a case of kittens birthing kittens; a danger also to the mother.
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A kitten can get pregnant the very first time she goes into heat, at 5-6 months is what I've always been told by my vets. If you don't want her to get pregnant, you should definitely
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1. Look at the kitten's eyes. Their eyes usually open around eight days old, but they can open as early as seven days and in some rare cases as late as 14 days old. 2. Watch for movement
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Female cats generally are sexually mature when they reach at least 80% of their adult weight.
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1. Always keep in mind these primary considerations: Young kittens cannot regulate body temperature and must be kept warm. [1] Newborn and very young kittens drink formula or their
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Kitten can get pregnant as early as four months. On average, cats get pregnant for about 60 to 63 days and they ovulate after mating. That is why it's possible for a single litter to contain kittens produced from more than one mating.
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