The world record for largest cat litter is nineteen kittens, of which fifteen survived. The record was set by Tarawood Antigone, a four-year old Burmese on August 7, 1970.
On average pregnant cats, queens, give birth to 2-5 kittens per litter. The most ever born in one delivery was 19, fifteen survived, 14 males and 1 female.
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