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What age to female cats go in heat

Female cats usually go into heat around the age of four or five.

How long does a female cat go in heat?

Cats go into heat for two or three days, then they are generally ready to mate again.

How long does an oestrus period last?

The oestrus period lasts for around two or three days.

Can female cats go into heat every month?

No, female cats only go into heat once every three months or so.

Does an oestrus period affect the female cat's health?

Yes, an oestrus period can affect the health of the female cat.

How long do female cats need to go into heat before they are ready to mate?

Female cats need to go into heat for around two or three days before they are ready to mate.

How long does a female cat remain pregnant?

Female cats remain pregnant for around eight to ten weeks.

Female cats usually remain pregnant for around ten to twelve weeks.

Female cats usually remain pregnant for around eight to ten weeks.

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