Do Female Cats Bleed When in Heat?

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Female cats do not bleed when they are on heat. Cats do not bleed because they do not shed their uterine lining. A cat in heat may have some vaginal discharge but certainly there will be no bleeding.
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Generally around the age of four to six months, your female cat can go into heat. From there it is a cycle which repeats itself about every three weeks for months at a time. You can
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They bleed from the vulva - which is below the anus.
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No they do not - if a female cat is bleeding, it's not from heat, it's a deadly infection of the uterus called pyometra, and it needs a very quick trip to the vet for an emergency
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Female cats typically have their first heat around the age of six months, which
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