How Long After A Kitten Is Born Do They Walk?

Well, that depends on the environment. Generally kittens are said to walk within the first month of life. However, some people believe this is not true and it can take even 2 years for a kitten to completely walk. There are other factors involved as well such as litter size and age at which they were born. Regardless, most adult cats or even kitties should be able to stand up by themselves within 3 months of birth if their mother wasn’t nursing them too much during those first few weeks after birth (a lot of mothers nurse their young back-to-back for about 4 weeks). On average though 1 out of every 10 kittens will have delayed walking due to various reasons including illness or injury prior to being weaned from mom’s milk. Anyway you slice it 1 in every 10 kittens will still be unable to walk at 4 months old but I don’t think that invalidates what science has concluded so far–that typically 1 out of every 100 adult cats start learning how to pull themselves up onto furniture or cat trees around 6 months old!

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