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What age are cats fully grown

Cats are mature at 12 to 16 weeks of age. If your kitten is not eating or acting sick, you can assume he is healthy and ready to go outside.

What are the best cat foods?

We recommend the Blue Buffalo Wilderness dry food for cats and the Evanger's for dogs.

What is the best cat carrier for road trips?

Our pet carriers have lots of pockets and a removable tray, so they're great for long trips.

What is the best cat food for weight loss?

Our cat food is formulated to help support your cat's overall health and weight.

What is the best cat litter?

There is no "best litter," as it depends on your cat's litter preferences and how long you plan to travel.

What is the best cat litter for a long trip?

We recommend the Blue Buffalo Wilderness brand or the Nature's Miracle.

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I know this will vary between cats but, in general, at what age are cats usually full-grown? I have is 14 months and looks full grown. The other is 12 months and is still quite small. I'm wondering if she's just going to be a small cat or if she's likely still growing. I'm mostly just curious. Read more

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