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At what age is a kitten considered full grown?

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The kittens are 5 monthes old today and nimby is already bigger then his mom, and bonnie. I think he is just slightly smaller then moemoe who is a pretty big kitty. So I was just wondering at what age they stop growing?
post #2 of 5
I know with a dog it is 2 years . I am not sure but I think with a cat it is also 2 years of age .
post #3 of 5
I know that many breeds are not full grown till the age of two. As an example, Nakita's coat and eye colour are still slowing changing.

If you are wondering whether to still feed Nimby kitten food, many people who have larger kittens will change over to adult food around 10 months old because the cat is already a heavier weight.

post #4 of 5
I always thought it was 1 year old.
post #5 of 5
They are considered adults at 1 year, but do continue growing after that.
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