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hi,

i have a kitten and she is about 8 months old, and is on heat, i was just wondering if they are in pain when theyre on heat? coz when we pick her up she makes a funny meow and it sounds like she is pain! also, is there any way to stop her from meowing all night and day? she is an inside cat and we dont want her to have kittens, we will get her fixed (after xmas)

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When cats howl and moan when they are in heat, they are basically calling upon a mate :lol: The only thing you can do for her, is just let her be...oh, and don't let her outside! I am sure if you have cats in your neighbourhood, you'll notice they are hanging around :wink: outside your house. It's because they know she's in "heat". Once you get her fixed she won't do this. They are not in pain at all...quite the opposite actually :oops:
 

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oh my god

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i just got home and we found a feral cat in our house, :evil: how do u know if they had sex? we dont know how long it had been here for, she hasnt bled yet, in the whole 8 months weve had her, but can she still get pregnant?

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There's a REMOTE possibility that she rejected him. If she keeps crying or starts again in two weeks, she MIGHT not have been quite ready. Sometimes the female encourages the male for days, but smacks him and growls if her attempts to mate. Then she finally accepts him. Use your judgment about the spaying now. That's an individual decision.
 

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She's still meowing and acting the same as she was before, does that mean she didn't have sex with the other cat or do they do that sort of thing anyway?

Also like i wrote in my other post, she hasn't bled yet so does that mean she can't get pregnant?
 

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No, I have never seen blood when my queen was in heat. Dogs sometimes drip a bit, but not excessively. When I was raising collies, I find only a spot here and there. I used to have them lie down so that I could check them, so I'd know the exact day they came in season. (The breeding has to be on certain days to produce pups.)
 

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She definitely CAN! You have to isolate her totally-in a room where no animal can get in. Ask the vet her opinion on spaying now. It is a bit harder, but if that tom has found her, he'll keep trying. If she has ovulated, it is a matter of choice. (A cat ovulates after the tom has mated with her, not before. So the eggs and sperm could be joining or joined now. If so, she'll go out of season.)
 
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