Since in our article series about cats in heat we mention different hormones a lot, today we are going to explain some basic stuff about hormonal activity during heat cycle of a female cat.
As we already talked in the previous articles about cat heat cycles, most cats go in heat during the mating season from early spring till early autumn. In this article, we are going t explain you why cats don’t go in heat during winter and how natural lighting can have its impact on heat cycle of a female cat.
As the heat cycle ends, most cat owners feel a magnificent relief. But is it gonna last for you? So, let’s talk about how often do cats go in heat.
How long is your cat in heat already? For most cat owners, if they don’t control the heat cycle of their pet, it seems like an eternity. But do cats stay in heat for so long?
As your female kitten grows up, one of questions asked may be, what is the age when she will first come in heat. In the previous article, we already talked about reasons why cats go in the heat in the first place, but know let’s take a look at when cats start coming in heat, as well as should you worry if your kitten does not come in heat.
As your female cat in heat is rolling on the floor and meowing and screaming, one of the top question for you will be – WHY? In this article, we are going to tell you why cats come in heat, as well as some related questions, like how the heat is progressing and what is the purpose of each phase of the heat cycle in cats.
Is your female cat in heat? Or maybe she is right about to reach the sexual maturity, and you want to be as prepared as possible? Then you must follow our article series about cats in heat.
When we become ill, we usually measure our temperature, so we can know, must we go to work or can we stay home. But can you measure temperature of your cat? At home? You certainly can, and here’s a step by step instructions how to measure your cat’s temperature.
Having a cat drinking too few, or even a cat not drinking water at all, is dangerous. It may lead to numerous health problems and/or death.
But what if your cat is not drinking the water, even though it’s right there, in the bowl in front of him? Here are some things to try.
In our previous article of the series for beginner cat owners, we talked about properly trimming your cat’s claws. Now, about a bit more pleasant activity – brushing your cat’s coat.
Before we begin with tools and techniques, let’s state why it’s beneficial to brush your cat’s coat on a regular basis.