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Milk Replacers For Hand-Rearing Kittens

If a mother cat has insufficient milk for her newborns, or if she rejects her babies, it falls upon the cat breeder to hand feed or supplement the kittens. You will need a good milk replacement to feed the kittens.


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During her reproductive life, one female cat could theoretically have a lot of kittens. On average, a cat can have three litters of kittens per year with four kittens per litter. That means one female cat could possibly have more than 150 kittens if she lives into her teen years.

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