I believe it is partial spay. The yowling isn't her only symptoms - she is restless, she elevates her rear when petting, and so forth. She is obviously in heat. She was close to delivery apparently on the pregnancy when they terminated the pregnancy, which breaks my heart, but I understand why we have to watch the population of our pets, but I would have happily taken her kittens in, she is a very wonderful cat and I am sure her kits would have been a blast. This took place 3 months ago. She came to live with us 10 days later. It was a couple weeks after coming to live with us, she had a false pregnancy, her nipples filled in and pinked up, and a pooch appeared. She was voraciously hungry and nesting. She carried my dog's plush toys around and put them in the nesting. The dog was very good about it, she only took the toy back after the cat abandoned the nest and toy. The dog seemed more worried about her than the toy. She would lay near by with her head cocked. Then after a few weeks, her nipples started retracting and the pooch disappeared, or at least retracted in. She still takes the plush toys around the house and piles them up, and the dog sleeps in the pile. It is rather endearing sight.
But the yowling has never stopped during this
, and oh is she restless at night and yowling. We couldn't get any sleep, so we crated her as we do the dog at night. It has worked out beautifully. She loves the crate, takes naps in it with the dog (small dog). She plays in the crate and on the crate. I have never seen a cat take so to a crate. she puts herself to bed in it.
I don't want her to go through another surgery to remove the ovary. I will see the vet, but if surgery is the only solution then I guess we will have to live with this. JC