For those cats whose owners did not ligate their cats, there must be a period of cat estrus. During this period of cat estrus, the owner must pay more attention and attention, because estrous cats are easy to run away with other cats and never come back. So what are the symptoms of an oestrus cat?
The first obvious symptom is that cats are more clingy than usual. Under normal circumstances, the cats raised in our family are relatively sticky, but during the period of cat estrus, the phenomenon of cat sticking to people will be more serious. The main performance is: the cat will always rub against the owner. In addition, if there are other small animals near home, cats in estrus also like to chase other small animals.
When the cat is in estrus, if there is another male cat in the family, the estrous cat will like to lean towards the male cat, and will keep approaching the male cat and attract the attention of the male cat. And in the movement, he will keep a posture of mating with male cats from time to time. Generally speaking, it’s to keep your head down and tilt your hips up. It will also move its right foot back and forth, and then put its tail on the other side, so that the cat’s genitals can be exposed.
In addition, estrous cats will make a different cry from normal to attract the attention of male cats. We generally call this cry spring. Moreover, the estrous cat will urinate everywhere around the house. This phenomenon is that the cat is drawing its own field to attract the attention of the male cat. Moreover, the cat’s external genitalia will also have different changes from usual. When the pubic hair just separates, the cat’s external genitalia will swell and the labia will slowly crack. When the pubic hair is completely separated, it will be very obvious under the general assembly line of the external genitalia, and two large valves will appear on the labia.