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Cat Reproduction

Cat reproduction is an extremely important subject for anyone who wishes to breed cats or has unaltered cats (since they will likely reproduce, possibly very soon!). 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.

Once a female cat is in heat, she can be impregnated by a male cat that has not been neutered. Female cats do not automatically ovulate during each heat cycle; their ovulation is stimulated by the act of mating. Ovulation usually happens anywhere from 20 to 50 hours after the mating takes place.