Cat in heat q tip


Cat in heat q tip

If you are not prepared for her to not only be in heat when she goes to do her business but also to be in heat during doggie playtime then you might be out of luck. I personally have never seen a cat be in heat as a result of play but it is a possible issue.

If you are not prepared for her to not only be in heat when she goes to do her business but also to be in heat during doggie playtime then you might be out of luck. I personally have never seen a cat be in heat as a result of play but it is a possible issue.

If you are not prepared for her to not only be in heat when she goes to do her business but also to be in heat during doggie playtime then you might be out of luck. I personally have never seen a cat be in heat as a result of play but it is a possible issue.

If you are not prepared for her to not only be in heat when she goes to do her business but also to be in heat during doggie playtime then you might be out of luck. I personally have never seen a cat be in heat as a result of play but it is a possible issue.

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This is something the vet needs to look into. If it were me, I'd want to make sure it is okay to take the cat to her 'naughty places' during play.

I agree with Gizmo. With any pet, you need to know all the information and be prepared with the right supplies. What does the vet say?

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That would mean I would have to put the cat in her playpen in the room that has a temperature below 72F. If she gets too hot then it is too hot. She would also need to be bathed because she gets hot after play, even if it is not hot in the room.

I agree with Gizmo. With any pet, you need to know all the information and be prepared with the right supplies. What does the vet say?

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That would mean I would have to put the cat in her playpen in the room that has a temperature below 72F. If she gets too hot then it is too hot. She would also need to be bathed because she gets hot after play, even if it is not hot in the room.

I agree with Gizmo. With any pet, you need to know all the information and be prepared with the right supplies. What does the vet say?

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That is a tough question. If your house has a garage door opener, then a cat can go into the garage for her own cool place to be. If it is a house with a garage door that opens, that is a whole other problem. The garage door opens automatically and when the cat goes in there, you do not know the temperature of that garage.

I agree with Gizmo. With any pet, you need to know all the information and be prepared with the right supplies. What does the vet say?

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That is a tough question. If your house has a garage door opener, then a cat can go into the garage for her own cool place to be. If it is a house with a garage door that opens, that is a whole other problem. The garage door opens automatically and when the cat goes in there, you do not know the temperature of that garage.

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That is correct. A temperature in the garage that is too high would be a problem. The door opens so fast and it doesn't stop until the garage is filled, so the cat does not have time to get herself cool before going inside.

That is correct. A temperature in the garage that is too high would be a problem. The door opens so fast and it doesn't stop until the garage is filled, so the cat does not have time to get herself cool before going inside.

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My question was why would she go inside when she could be out in the garage?

My question was why would she go inside when she could be out in the garage?

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Well, she knows that when she goes inside, you are not going to open the door again to let her out for a few minutes. So, once you are inside, she comes in too. This way, when you get home, you can both be out of the house.

Well, she knows that when she goes inside, you are not going to open the door again to let her out for a few minutes. So, once you are inside, she comes in too. This way, when you get home, you can both be out of the house.

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But, she is in an enclosed space. So, she is going to want to be out as soon as you get there.

How much room is in the garage? If it is a small one, it will be easy to remove the air vents from the door. This way, the garage stays cool and the cat can go in.

But, if it is a larger one, you might have to go to something more drastic. But, at least, it will be cool, then.

You have a good point and you are right. I have never considered the effects of an enclosed area, like the garage. This should be a great post for you. Thanks. It is not too small and I was thinking of buying one of those pet ramps but I don't know how well that would work with her.

You have a good point and you are right. I have never considered the effects of an enclosed area, like the garage. This should be a great post for you. Thanks. It is not too small and I was thinking of buying one of those pet ramps but I don't know how well that would work with her.

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I would have done it myself, if I had the space and if I had had cats in the past. It is much simpler than having a ramp, IMO. The air conditioners would come out, of course, and then it would be open air in there. I don't know how easy it is to get a ramp for a cat.

Well, I got a ramp and got the cats out, just a little, and then I got to thinking and the whole area of my garage is about 3.5 feet off the ground. The ramp is kind of a long way up but I think I can reach it without much trouble.

I also am glad that she loves to be able to run and jump and all that, but I am concerned about how she might react to being outdoors. I do have a screened in porch, but it is open to the outside, and I don't know how she might respond to that. I have never tried to keep her outside during the day.

I have a feeling I am going to do some experimenting in the next few weeks to try to find a way to solve the problem, or at least work around it. It is frustrating, as a cat owner, to have her be able to live the rest of her life in the way she wants, but to still be trapped like that by a house. We are going to figure out something, I


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