If left unspayed and unneutered, one pair of cats and their kittens could produce as many as 420,000 kittens in 7 years time. That is an average of 60,000 kittens per year!
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It is normal for cats to give birth to multiple babies at one time, especially after their first litter. Typically, cats deliver between one and nine young, with the largest recorded litter producing 19 kittens.
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