Question About Cat In Heat -
As you all know from a previous post Satin is in heat, along with the yowling, rubbing on everything, rolling on the floor, and of course peeing everywhere.
My question is - how mean is it to keep her in the back bedroom (minus a bed more of a storage room at this point) - which was her transition room, and where she usually spends her nights on her favorite spot. It's a medium size room and of course has litter box, food, water, lots of sunshine and toys.
I have an appointment on Monday to get her spayed - until then is it ok to keep her in the back room?
I allowed her out today for a couple of hours and before I knew it - she peed on the one sofa she hadn't marked yet - it's getting frustrating even though I know she is only doing what is her nature to do.
Tuffy gets restless from her howling and chasing him down. She doesn't understand of course that he is fixed and therefor can't fix her problem - so to speak. She rolls in front of him everywhere he tries to go and lifts her tail and everything for him.
Last night I put her in the back just so Tuffy could have some rest - she wouldn't even let him nap. AND while in the back room her behaviour improves drastically. She has not yet peed back there, nor does she do that horrible yowling. I dont' understand that.
And again the main question - am I a mean cat mommy to keep her in that room til Monday? I of course go back to spend time with her and Tuffy goes in too so she is not shut alone all day.