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Heat after being breed?

post #1 of 16
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Hello
Its me again. My queen Sage is a funny little one. She just got back from the stud on the 6th. She was there from oct 25th. When we brought her she was just starting a heat cycle . She went out for about a day and then came back into heat. She didnt want to leave when we went and picked her up and since the min she got home she has been meowing her head off and rolling all around the floor almost like she is back into heat.

my question is can she pregnant and come back into heat?
post #2 of 16
i think that is called super estrus. Cats can carry two litters at the same time, but the fruit of the super estrus are often born premature.
make sure she doesn't breed again please.

of course, it is possible that the breeding was not successful, and her body is aware of it. Wait for a second response please.
post #3 of 16
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Originally Posted by joecool
i think that is called super estrus. Cats can carry two litters at the same time, but the fruit of the super estrus are often born premature.
make sure she doesn't breed again please.

of course, it is possible that the breeding was not successful, and her body is aware of it. Wait for a second response please.
post #4 of 16
Wow, im right? Thanks for agreeing with me sharky!
That's amazing.
Im only 13.
I read this somewhere like months ago.
I had read that the kittens conceived during super estrus were often born premature along with the original litter.
However, the site went on to say that sometimes the litter would remain in the womb after the first, and be born at a natural time.
If i were you i would make sure that she doesn't breed again.

That is all i know.
Joecool
post #5 of 16
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Originally Posted by joecool
Wow, im right? Thanks for agreeing with me sharky!
That's amazing.
Im only 13.
I read this somewhere like months ago.
I had read that the kittens conceived during super estrus were often born premature along with the original litter.
However, the site went on to say that sometimes the litter would remain in the womb after the first, and be born at a natural time.
If i were you i would make sure that she doesn't breed again.

That is all i know.
Joecool
You are as far as my oh so limited all my cats are fixed knowledge remembers...
post #6 of 16
lol
post #7 of 16
After being bred about 90% of my females go back into heat, obviousely we keep them away from a male - don't want two different stages of life inside her. We've had it happen on accident before and it's not pretty when you get the over cooked and the under cooked.
post #8 of 16
Interesting, Sam. That is a very large number in one breeding stock. I had thought that superestrus was fairly occasional, maybe it has something to do with the breed? I know persians are somewhat different in other ways. *shrug*

Joecool
post #9 of 16
Could be, Joe.
post #10 of 16
yeah.

Doesn't estrus without being bred cause scarring to the ovary, and hurt the kittens? Would it be the same for superestrus? It seems if it happens that often it might cause harm later on. How long do you breed your stock?

And where are my Sapan pictures??
post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
After being bred about 90% of my females go back into heat, obviousely we keep them away from a male - don't want two different stages of life inside her. We've had it happen on accident before and it's not pretty when you get the over cooked and the under cooked.
This is good to know . I just wish she would sushh up soon> No i wouldnt let her breed again. Im just hoping that she is Pregnant.
post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by joecool
yeah.

Doesn't estrus without being bred cause scarring to the ovary, and hurt the kittens? Would it be the same for superestrus? It seems if it happens that often it might cause harm later on. How long do you breed your stock?

And where are my Sapan pictures??
Thank you .. I will not let her breed again. Persian are weird but very sweet
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by joecool
yeah.

Doesn't estrus without being bred cause scarring to the ovary, and hurt the kittens? Would it be the same for superestrus? It seems if it happens that often it might cause harm later on. How long do you breed your stock?

And where are my Sapan pictures??
None of my kittens seem to be harmed by it. Actually since we're selling him, I'm going to have to dig up some pictures to send the people so when I do I'll show them to you too.

How long do I breed my breeding stock? Do you mean how long do I keep the queens with the studs? between two and three days.
post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by hollyronne
This is good to know . I just wish she would sushh up soon> No i wouldnt let her breed again. Im just hoping that she is Pregnant.
Lets hope so eh. I've got an 18 day old kitten and at 10 days old his mother started calling again. As if she hasn't got her hands full with 'the slug'
post #15 of 16
No sam, i meant like how many years do you use the same studs and queens in your program?
I know that heat without being bred is bad for the mother and kittens after a certain amount of time, i wondered what the limits were in your stock.

And how can you sell Sapan??? Such a rare cat???
post #16 of 16
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Originally Posted by joecool
No sam, i meant like how many years do you use the same studs and queens in your program?
I know that heat without being bred is bad for the mother and kittens after a certain amount of time, i wondered what the limits were in your stock.

And how can you sell Sapan??? Such a rare cat???
About three years.

Because we have his father, who is much more important to us - colour, type and lines wise.
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