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What is my kitty doing!??!

post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 
All of a sudden shes miowing SO LOUD as if shes crying its like :

MIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW
MIOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWW

MIIIIIIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW

NON STOP and shes rubing her "behind" against the wall

what do i do!??!

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post #2 of 15
Get her spayed, because she is in heat. And until you do get her to the vet, don't let her get outside-
post #3 of 15
Get her spayed as soon as possible. Don't feed her after midnight, maybe they have an opening tomorrow and they can't eat before surgery. I would not want to live even an extra day with a kitty in heat. They will do anything to break out and find the boys. Those hormones are strong stuff. My vet wants to wait a little before spaying my rescue kitty because she is so tiny. I told her that ten seconds after "that" kind of meow she was going to be at their door and they could keep her until surgery. Becky
post #4 of 15
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SO i should go to the vet and what should i say ?? and how much does this cost??
post #5 of 15
If you have never taken her to the vet before then you also need to get her shots. Call around and ask how much it will cost. It is different at different places. I prefer to go to a cat specialist and it is very expensive, but I know my cat is monitored and will have an IV and pain medicine. But there are low cost clinics that charge way less for both the spay and the shots. Ask for the price of the spay and if it includes everything. My vet charges for everything separately, like the IV, the surgery, the pain medicine, but most vets give you an all inclusive price. You can expect to pay anywhere from about $35 to (at my vet) $150. So it pays to check. Also ask for the price of the shots, what ones they recommend and the cost of an office visit, so you have a chance to talk to a vet and be educated about her care and feeding. Becky
post #6 of 15
PS: if you are a kid, you will have to have your parent take her in and probably be there with you. An adult usually has to sign a form when you take her in, to authorize the surgery and guarantee payment. She will need to spend the day at the vet, like from 7 or 8 AM to 3 or 4 in the afternoon for the surgery and to recover. Becky
post #7 of 15
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by zanniesmom
PS: if you are a kid, you will have to have your parent take her in and probably be there with you. An adult usually has to sign a form when you take her in, to authorize the surgery and guarantee payment. She will need to spend the day at the vet, like from 7 or 8 AM to 3 or 4 in the afternoon for the surgery and to recover. Becky
iv taken her to the vet, she has all her shots, i think
post #8 of 15
Didn't the vet tell you about getting her spayed? Usually they recommend doing it at 6 months old at the latest. So you don't take any chances on them getting pregnant. Did you call today about getting it done? Becky
post #9 of 15
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Shes an inside cat, the only cat soo...
post #10 of 15
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Originally Posted by KittyPlease
Shes an inside cat, the only cat soo...
It does not matter that she is an inside and only cat. She is still in heat. Until you spay her, this behavior will repeat itself as she will go into heat.
So, you should take her to the vet and spay her. You can find out how much it costs by calling vets in your area.
post #11 of 15
yeah, she won't stop til she is fixed or pregnant.
post #12 of 15
Yes, she's in heat. Do exactly what Hissy and Becky say to do. And do know that many times your bonding process with your kitty will be enhanced as you go through stuff together. Keep a pad/pencil with you to jot down notes and directions you need to remember, and also questions you have for the doctor BEFORE you take off out the door. You will be reacting to the situation emotionally and might just forget something later you wished you could've asked. This way you can work most efficiently and get the most from your visit. She'll be fine and she will show her love for you! You will bond closer, too! Good that you are concerned!
Elizabeth
post #13 of 15
Quote:
Originally Posted by KittyPlease
Shes an inside cat, the only cat soo...
She will try whatever it takes to get outside. And she WILL eventually get outside. Male cats will be hanging around there as well. It only takes one time.

A pet store here takes people's unwanted kittens and adopts them out at cost. In almost every case, the unwanted kittens were from somebody with a 'indoor' cat. It happened twice to one lady's cat before she finally got her fixed.

My older kitty was from a litter of seven at the store. Six of them died from Panleukopenia. Please get her fixed.
post #14 of 15
My cat, Oliver exists because his mother got out ONCE. I don't know if they got her spayed after that, but I hope so.
post #15 of 15
Your kitty is definetely in heat and she will not stop going into heat until you get her spayed. Eventhough she is inside she needs to be spayed-NO MATTER WHAT!!! If you do not get her spayed you are putting her at risk for an infection that can be so serious it can kill her-it is called pyometra. Please get your kitty to the vet and spayed ASAP!!!

Pat

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