If not more
"he has at least six cats" should also be correct
I wonder why it can't be "he", any idea?
Well, "he" is also possible, but "she" is more likely.
why is it not kissat?
I was wondering the same thing
I think you put stuff in partitive in this situation. So for example: kolme tuolia, three chairs.
I've noticed when a verb(has) comes before the objects it is partitive. If you said ''Where are the cats?''(You already know she has at least six cats) it would be Missä kissat ovat?
You should use partitive after numbers, but not after yksi. Yksi kissa, kaksi kissaa.
She is future me. Crazy cat lady in the making!
I envy her
Couldn't 'hän' also be 'they' as in a gender neutral, non binary person? Or would it be correct to use the finnish 'he' for singular gender neutral?