do cats have periods
Cats do not have periods, necessarily. However, they do bleed when they are in heat. This happens once every 4-6 months, on average.
No, cats do not have periods, instead they go into heat. This is a time when the cat meows a lot and looks for male cat to mate with.
A female cat that is not spayed will go into heat but won't have an actual menstrual period. For more information, please visit http://www.cat-urine.net/cat_in_heat.html.
Female cats do have cycles. In the cat world they are called estrous cycles. The average age is around 6 months of age that they begin. It is advised to get your cat spayed to avoid all of the noise it may make when in this cycle and having kittens.
No, female cats do not have menstrual cycles; it is called being in heat. For further information about cats, please visit the website http://www.cat-urine.net/cat_in_heat.html.
Yes, cats and other animals still have periods. their signs and symptoms are just different from that of a human's menstruation. This is commonly referred to a being in heat.
Cats normally have their first estrous cycle between 5 and 10 months of age, with the average age around 6 months.