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Is there something wrong with my cat?

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Brightburn Fri 12-Apr-19 21:26:22

Evening all...

I have a gorgeous Russian Blue who is 9 months old. This evening, she's behaving very strangely. She's constantly making funny moaning noises and not settling down anywhere. Its a strange noise like a moan. She's an indoor cat and not been injured (as far as I know and can see).

She won't stop the noise. She sounds like a toddler saying rellow. Every time I talk to her she moans at me like she's trying to talk back but she won't sit with me.

Any ideas? I'll try and record her if I can.

blighter Fri 12-Apr-19 21:27:20

could she be in heat??

DumbledoresApprentice Fri 12-Apr-19 21:27:50

Sounds like she’s in heat. Has she not been spayed yet?

adaline Fri 12-Apr-19 21:28:22

Sounds like she's in heat.

Misskittycat16 Fri 12-Apr-19 21:28:28

Has she been speyed? If not she's probably in season

saraclara Fri 12-Apr-19 21:28:53

Mne does that when he has an attack of cystitis (which he's prone to).

missmouse101 Fri 12-Apr-19 21:29:21

Definitely sounds as if she's in season. She ought to be spayed. Does she go outside at all?

saraclara Fri 12-Apr-19 21:29:22

If she's not likely to be in heat, she's in pain of some sort.

madcatladyforever Fri 12-Apr-19 21:29:40

Or she feels sick. Stomach cramps can cause that.

Angie169 Fri 12-Apr-19 21:29:55

She may be coming into season if she has not been 'done'
watch for sticking her bum in the air , in a come and get me boys kinda way and rolling around on her back .

gamerchick Fri 12-Apr-19 21:31:31

Is she neutered?

I remember my cat went into heat just before her op was due. What a ruddy racket! A proper pain in the arse she was. Shoving her backside in my face.

Nothing worse than a horny cat.

bookmum08 Fri 12-Apr-19 21:31:45

My mother in law's cat makes that noise just before she vomits.

Brightburn Fri 12-Apr-19 21:51:55

She seems to have settled now! She's putting her bum in the air right by me! No she's not been spayed. Yes she never goes outside.

Eatmycheese Fri 12-Apr-19 21:55:40

She’s in heat! You won’t get much sleep tonight!

Eatmycheese Fri 12-Apr-19 21:56:37

All three of my girls still were a bit in season for a while even afternoon they’ve been spayed. Bloody racket

AngelinaNeurosurgeon Fri 12-Apr-19 21:56:55

She might be in heat, or she might have snuck out and is now pregnant and in first stage of labour. But hopefully she's only in heat.

ThatssomebadhatHarry Fri 12-Apr-19 21:57:17

Is coming into season cats speech for your cats horny? grin

DareDevil223 Fri 12-Apr-19 21:58:10

Is there a reason why you haven't had her spayed?

BlueSkiesLies Fri 12-Apr-19 21:58:41

There are health benefits for getting cats spayed even if they aren’t going outside and at risk of pregnancy.

gamerchick Fri 12-Apr-19 22:04:05

Please get her neutered. No idea why you havent already even if she is an inside cat.

All you're doing is inflicting misery on her by not doing it, she will try to get out and you may end up with night of the living cats around your house if they get a whiff of her.

adaline Fri 12-Apr-19 22:08:15

Get her spayed - it has nothing to do with her being an indoor cat.

We didn't spay our first cat (ignorance mostly) and she got pretty sick with pyometra. Luckily the vet spayed her as an emergency and she was fine but our current female got spayed as early as possible.

Why haven't you had her done yet?

Vinorosso74 Fri 12-Apr-19 22:09:49

Definitely sounds like she's in heat. To be fair you shouldn't be that surprised if she's not been spayed.
Book her in asap. An indoor cat on heat can become quite determined to get outside.

thequeenoftarts Fri 12-Apr-19 22:12:05

LOL she is in season, make sure you guard the windows and doors well. She may never ave wanted to go out in the past, now she will kill you in your sleep to get outdoors lol lol

MummytoCSJH Fri 12-Apr-19 22:16:03

As others said she's in heat. The first time my female cat did this I took her to the vets I was so worried!grin

Travis1 Fri 12-Apr-19 22:18:38

She’s in heat. Get her booked in to be spayed. It’s the responsible thing to do.

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