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At what age are cats usually full grown?

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  • Stephanie ChangtuStephanie Changtu Miami Fl,Member Posts: 883
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    Cats are usually full grown at the age of one.
  • R HR H Jackson MississippiMember Posts: 69
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    At the age of one.
  • Joy WaltersJoy Walters Member Posts: 9,276
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    My friend Maggie's mom said that Maine Coon kitties keep growing in one way or the other (like filling out and bulking up) until they are 3 or 4. Wow! That means I have two and a half more years until I'm full grown!
  • Tanya MundyTanya Mundy boulderMember Posts: 763
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    It depends on the breed. Many of the "newer" breeds (ragdolls, rag-amuffins), and many of the larger breeds do not reach maturity till they are 2 or three. Of course, that doesn't mean they won't go into heat or start to tom, so do fix them. :-) most "cat cats" are about 12 -18 months for full size and maturity.
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