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Black-footed cats take a reproductive pause in winter. At this time the low temperatures would make it difficult for kittens to stay warm enough when the mother is away hunting for 10-13 hours. Also in winter, rodent, bird chick and insect numbers are low, which are needed for the high food requirements while suckling kittens.
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