A cat's breed plays a significant role in how many kittens she can have, with some breeds having larger litters.
A cat's age affects her litter size. Younger cats tend to have smaller litters, while older cats may have more kittens.
A cat's overall health and well-being impact her ability to have kittens. Healthy cats are more likely to have larger litters.
Genetics also play a role. If a cat comes from a line of cats with large litters, she may have more kittens.
A cat's diet during pregnancy is crucial. Proper nutrition can lead to a higher number of healthy kittens.
High stress levels can reduce a cat's litter size. Providing a calm environment is essential for more kittens.
Controlled breeding can influence litter size. Responsible breeding practices can lead to healthier and larger litters.