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Old April 22nd, 2004, 08:51 PM
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Question Save me from MEOWING CAT!

Ok i have a cat she's close to nine months old, recently our house been being remodled so during the day we have to keep her and our other cat locked up in my room but it's been for months now. We've been letting them out. But ever since the first time shes went into heat we can't help but have her locked up. EVEN WHEN SHES NOT IN HEAT. Like right now she's not in heat she wonders through the house meowing all the time. Were going nuts....I love her to death put we can't deal with this. ANY THOUGHTS!!!!!!!!!!!???????
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Old April 22nd, 2004, 09:39 PM
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Get her spayed. A female cat will continue to come into heat until she is pregnant or spayed. I know, I have an appointment to get mine done!
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Old April 22nd, 2004, 10:29 PM
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Cats howl when they are in heat. A nine month cat should have been spayed 4 months ago.

I hope you aren't letting her outside.
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Old April 23rd, 2004, 05:48 AM
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I know every appointment we had for her we missed grrness towards my mother but still. She's actually not in heat right now. Like she'll come downstairs be wandering around for like 2 to 3 hours then she just starts doin it for no reason. I'll call her she'll come out where i am jump up with me for a second then walk back in the other room and keep doing it. And no needs to worry about her going outside we had 2 outside cats before one kept getting attacked and the other one basically ranaway or left to die.
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Old April 23rd, 2004, 07:33 AM
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Well if you love her to death,then make an appointment and take her in.Tell your mom she NEEDS to get spayed ASAP...It's not going to stop till she gets done.

As Sandi said,she will continue to come in heat untill she gets pregnant.
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Old April 23rd, 2004, 08:41 AM
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Talking cats

Cats wandering the house talking may be usually but not always due to the cat being in heat. I have three Siamese cats and they talk and whine more than three teenage girls begging for the car keys.
One of the cats "Mr. Pye" is a Male and the other two are females"Ching & Charlie". All are fixed.
Ching is the only one who tries to be half way quiet. The other two talk and chatter more than Kelly Rippa and Regis Philbin.
It is something you get used to.
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