Feral cats will move their kittens occasionally to protect them from potential dangers and predators. The exact frequency of these moves can vary depending on the mother cat’s perception of threats in the environment.
In most cases, feral cats may move their kittens every few days to a few weeks.
The mother cat will look for hidden and safe places, such as dense vegetation or secluded areas, to move her kittens. This behavior is an instinctive survival strategy to ensure the safety and survival of the young. If you meet feral kittens on your way, it’s best not to disturb them and let the mother continue to care for them in its chosen area.