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What to do if your cat is in heat

First, you need to understand how the female cat goes into heat.

Every female cat goes through heat every two months.

The first heat cycle is called estrus, and it marks the beginning of a female cat's reproductive cycle.

The days after a female cat has had an estrus, she does not ovulate, which means she does not get pregnant.

The second heat cycle, called proestrus, lasts for about two weeks.

During this time, she will become sexually aroused and will have her first heat cycle.

The heat cycle is a time when the female cat will become sexually aroused.

The only time a female cat goes into heat is during proestrus and estrus.

If you notice your cat's behavior change, chances are she is in estrus.

If you want to know what day your cat is in heat, you need to pay attention to her behavior.

Let's take a look at some signs that your cat is in heat.

First of all, your cat might suddenly become more affectionate.

It can be hard to tell if your cat is just being affectionate or if she is in heat.

She may become more affectionate, and might want to be held more often.

She may be more affectionate towards you, or she might start chasing you.

She might start to play more, become more playful, and want to play with you.

She might also start to mark her territory more.

She might start spraying.

She might go outside more frequently, even if she was often outside before.

She might also go outside and not come back.

She might also have an increased appetite.

This is because the female cat is in heat and wants to mate.

As I mentioned before, the only time a female cat goes into heat is during proestrus and estrus.

You might notice a change in her behavior during those times.

If you want to be able to tell when your cat is in heat, you will have to pay attention to her behavior.

You will have to know what she likes and what she doesn't like.

You will have to pay attention to her behavior.

I hope this helps you understand how to tell when your cat is in heat.

If you want to learn more about how to take care of your cat, check out my other articles.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask me in the comments below.

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