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What age can a male cat breed

The cat’s age is used as a factor in choosing the age of the kitten. The following table shows the age of the cat at which the kitten will be born. The possible combinations of ages for a litter for a male cat are listed in the table.

Age of the cat Age of the kitten 0-1 months 1-6 months 2-4 months 5-9 months 10-12 months 14-16 months 18-20 months 22-24 months 26-28 months

Which cats are good breeders?

The following table shows the breed of cats that are the most likely to breed in comparison to other cats.

Breed of cat Breeding success Very good Good Fair Poor Very poor Abyssinian 0% 10% 20% 40% 70% 40% Burmese 0% 10% 20% 40% 70% 40% American Shorthair 0% 10% 20% 40% 70% 40%

How much does it cost to breed a cat?

We recommend that if you want to breed your cat then you should consider sterilizing your cat. A sterilized cat is more likely to reproduce and is less likely to require veterinary intervention.

How many kittens can you have?

The following table shows the number of kittens you can have with different ages of the cat.

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