Like their wild relatives, domesticated house cats are known for their agility, strength, and coordination. Kittens are born in groups called “litters” that typically consist of 2 to 5 baby cats.
This cam shows a mother cat and her kittens in an open environment.
At around two weeks, kittens start to wander around and may leave their den.
Roughly a month after birth, kittens develop adult teeth and begin to eat solid food.
House cats, along with dogs, are the most popular animal companions in the US.
Cats have long tails that help them balance, and sharp claws and teeth that aid in the hunting of rodents and small birds.