Cats most often go into heat around 5 or 6 months of age, but some cats go into heat as early as 4 months and other cats as late as 10 months. The time of heat will depend on many factors, including the breed of the cat ... More »

WebMD states that female cats go into heat several times during the year unless they are being bred. The heat cycle is influenced by the seasons, and is activated when there are 12 hours of daylight. Other factors includ... More »

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. More »

A female cat can usually go into heat and become pregnant between one and two months after having her litter. In some cases, the duration between pregnancy and estrus, or heat, can be as little as one week. More »

Cats can be declawed at three months of age or older. However, many veterinarians do not declaw young kittens because they believe declawing should be a last resort, and owners should try training the kitten first. More »

At 4 months of age, a kitten should weigh approximately 5 to 7 pounds. If a kitten weighs too much above the average, pet owners should try to limit its food. Conversely, if a kitten weighs too little, consider feeding i... More »

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. More »