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Signs Your Cat is in Heat

Signs your cat is in heat are usually very obvious. Her changes in behavior may include restlessness, loud vocalizations, spraying, and repeatedly assuming a position ideal for mating. Cats have a lengthy breeding season, usually running from around March until September. Female cats go into heat several times a year, sometimes as often as every few weeks, and may start as early as four or five months old.

Just before she goes into heat, you cat will likely become unusually affectionate. She will probably rub her body, particularly her hind quarters, against almost anything she can. This will include furniture, walls, people, and even other cats.