Pregnant cats can go into heat. According to About.com, a pregnant cat can go into heat and even conceive a second litter, which she carries at the same time as the first.
LoveToKnow Cats advises keeping pregnant cats indoors because of the risk that they could go into heat again and conceive a second pregnancy. According to About.com, some signs that a female cat is in heat include the cat becoming increasingly affectionate, licking her own genitals, calling out loudly to attract a male cat and assuming the mating position, where the head is down and the rear quarters are raised.Learn More
Female cats do not normally bleed or have any vaginal discharge during heat. Symptoms of heat may include urine marking, restlessness, calling and behavioral changes. Heat usually lasts for four to six days.Full Answer >
A cat's heat is between three and 14 days long, but most cats are in heat for about a week. If the cat does not mate during her heat, she may come back into heat in only a matter of days.Full Answer >
Cat breeds that don't shed as much tend not to be as popular or well-known as common house cats, but there are a number of them, including Rex cats and certain European and Asian breeds. Cats that don't shed much are known as hypoallergenic cats. While no cat is completely non-allergenic, there are a number of cats that don't shed enough to cause an allergic reaction in most people.Full Answer >
Cats primarily howl, or yowl, as a form of communication during breeding season. Female cats express their receptivity toward male cats by yowling. Male cats attempt to secure a mate when they yowl. Some cats also yowl for human attention.Full Answer >