I highly doubt that my cat is going to get pregnat again because I bearly moved and she hates every single cat that goes by my house.
Oh it only that were true. One trip outside while she is in heat, and she becomes Miss. Amourous of the year. Several toms will fight over her, and while they do, she will purr and trill and roll about the yard. One will win the fight, mount her, and she could be injured in the mounting.
She'll be looking out the window and start hissing at a cat crossing the street. She has alot of enemies here and I dont really think she's gonna want to have relations with any.
Again, any time she goes into heat, all inhibitions leave her, and if you let her outside, you could lose her. She could pick up an infection that is contagious by the tom that gets her. This infection could pass to her kittens in utero and cause problems at birth, even result in the kittens dying.
I agree with you about not having cats get pregnant. I really hate it when people say that cats can never be overpopulated, only humans can.
I don't know what *people* you are referring to, but they are apparently not very well-educated in how cats reproduce. One female can produce 3 litters a year, sometimes more. The average litter number can be up to 8 kittens.Those kittens, not fixed can as early as 6 months old mate and bear young.
But I mean like, why else would you see cats in the streets homeless if they weren't overpopulated. They wouldn't be starving if we had enough food for them all. Sorry but I just had to say that.
This statement doesn't even make sense to me. They are starving because people are not responsible pet owners and allow their cats outside before the cats can be spayed or neutered. It has nothing to do with food. It has to do with spaying and neutering.
If you want to pretend that this world doesn't exist, that is fine for you. But it isn't for your cat. Spaying her takes her away from many dangers that she faces. Certain types of cancer, problems with birthing kittens, pyometra, and mastitis. If you love her as much as you say you do, you will be a responsible pet owner and spay her as soon as possible and keep her INDOORS until you do.