Cats in heat show more behavioral than physical clues, and can seem bizarre compared to 'normal' cat activity. Owners have mistaken heat behavior to be symptoms of rabies, extreme pain, or even psychosis. In fact, cat reproductive behavior may drive owners mad.
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Cat behavior related to cat sex affects not only intact (whole) breeding kitties, but also spayed and neutered cats. When love is in the air, romance prompts behavior problems that include spraying urine, loud-mouth calling, and aggression from both intact and "fixed" felines. Learn more about the ins and outs of cat sex behavior in this brand new article by Amy Shojai, CABC