When Is a Kitten Full Grown?

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There is a never ending debate on when a kitten is fully grown. Most people think that in one year a kitten is fully grown. As a matter of fact it takes two years.
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A kitten is considered fully grown at one year of age. Some cat breeds can grow past one year, such as the Ragdoll. The Ragdoll breed is considered slow to mature and can grow for four years! You can find more information here: http://www.purina.com/general/faq.aspx?#q1-9
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A kitten is never full grown. Kitten refers to a young cat before it reaches maturity. If you would like to know when a cat stops being a kitten, the answer is never!
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In a year.
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House cats generally stop growing around the age of two human
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When your cat is 2 years old, she is 24 in human years. To calculate her age from there, its 4 years for every year of her age. (E.g. a 6 year old cat would be 40 in human years).
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