It takes about 90 to 95 days until the female will give birth to 3 to 6 fully furred cubs. Results in Iran showed that it might be only 1 to 4 cubs with the Asiatic cheetah.
To avoid other carnivores notice the scent the mother uses a dent out of long grass or a bush to hide for the first 8 weeks which she will change in the meantime. The first 2 weeks she will stay in the first one. In this time the cubs will open their eyes. After that she will change her hiding place every week.
Despite the fact that they get milk from their mother for the first 6 month of their life the cubs will start already after 10-14 weeks with the art of hunting. For that purpose the mother brings alive food, mostly a juvenile which they have to manage to fall over. For starters the mother will kill the prey until the cubs master the throat bite.
For camouflage and maybe also because of rain protection the cubs have silvery long fur on their back. They will keep a mane from that until they are about 4 month old.
The bounding between the siblings to each other and to their mother is very strong and stays ever after the cubs leave their mother after 14-18 month.