How long do kitten siblings get along?

Kitten siblings are some of the most adorable animals you can find, and it's natural to want to keep them together. But how long do they get along, and when should you separate them? 

First of all, let it be said, that being together with their siblings is extremely important for kittens. During this time, they learn valuable social skills from each other, and it's essential that they stay together to learn how to interact with other cats. For instance, during their playtime with their brothers and sisters kitten learn not to bite to hard but to contrain their strength in play. If you have a cat that bites hard, it has potentially been separated too early from its family. Kittens should not be taken from their mothers and siblings before the age of 3 months.

Kittens typically can stay together until they are about six months old. After the age of six months, they may start to become more independent, and there is a risk of them fighting with each other. At this point, it's important to separate them so that they don't hurt each other. It's best to keep them in separate rooms, or even separate houses if possible. This will allow them to have their own space and avoid any potential conflicts. 

It's also important to make sure that the kittens have enough toys and plenty of activities to keep them entertained. This will help prevent them from getting bored and potentially fighting with each other.

Overall, it's essential to keep kitten siblings together until they are at least 3 months old so that they can learn valuable social skills from each other. After 6 months you might have to separate them. This depends on how much space you can offer them. It  also depends on whether the kitten siblings get along with each other. Some will never have to be separated and can stay together, if they continue to like each other. If you notice signs of hostility or competetive behavior, you should separate them.