cats  pets


Question by  Cyn (408)

When are kittens ready to leave their mother?

My cat will have kittens soon and I want to know when I can expect to start giving them away.


Answer by  travis99 (13)

When kittens no longer need their mother's milk to survive and they can handle solid foods, they are ready to move on to a new home, which is at the age of twelve weeks.


Answer by  Anonymous

8 weeks is generally good, but if you can keep the kittens until they are old enough to spay/neuter, it would be better to make sure they that is taken care of before adopting them away. Some vets can do this as early as 12 weeks, depending on their technique.


Answer by  Bo99 (392)

Before 2 months,the kittne may suffer from a lack minerals and vitanims which it present in her mother's milk.


Answer by  Huntress (1935)

Once your kittens are weaned (usually by 6-8 weeks) from their mother they will be ready to find new slaves to own and control for the rest of their purring lives. Do not try to wean them too early as causes issues medically for them in their lives.


Answer by  jody (18)

I would think that it would be good to give them away when they are between I think 6 to 8 weeks old.

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