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Mother Cat And Kittens Puzzle Details:

About: In this new puzzle we feature a mother cat and her cute kittens. A feline litter usually consists of two to five kittens. After being born, kittens are totally dependent on their mother for survival. Only after about two weeks from being born the kittens begin to explore the world outside the nest. After a further three to four weeks, they begin to eat solid food. Kittens are highly social and playful animals.

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