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Old August 17th, 2011, 11:03 AM
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Originally Posted by MissManda View Post
I've been reading this thread trying to find some answers for my cat. She's been in heat since JANUARY. Every night it's the same howling right outside my bedroom door. I can't take it anymore. We took her to the vet to get her spayed, but he said she's too old for such an operation. She's 18 or 19 years old, I think. This is ridiculous. I love my cat and feel sorry for her because she can't help it, but jeeeez, I want to punt her out the window too!
Are you sure she's truly in heat and isn't actually suffering from a health issue like hyperthyroidism? HyperT can cause cats to yowl at night. Did the vet do any blood work? If not, take her back and ask for a full senior blood panel and urinalysis.

Dementia can also result in restless, yowling cats. Leaving a night-light on helps some cats. What happens if you let her in your bedroom at night?
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