She was brought in from a kill center about 2-weeks ago...of course with no paperwork.
Silly question...do they have a "heat" cycle for their entire life or like humans, do they reach a certain age and just stop?
Originally Posted by Kumbulu
Uterine infections (pyometria) seem to increase as unspayed females age so it might be worth your while to get her spayed when she is a bit stronger. Is she eating and drinking OK?
It's never too late to spay your kittie unless their health reflex otherwise. Anesthesia on an old cat can cause renal failure if it's kidney values are low.... As most older cats are. And as far as pyometria goes, statistically it never happens in cats. Just do some blood work at your vet. A basic chemistry panel should be sufficient in determining if she's healthy enough. But if you decide to not do BW and do go with surgery and something does happen with her kidneys, cats cat live a long time with kidney disease. Just sayin.