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. More »

Cat heat, called estrus, lasts between 3 and 14 days. The average length of time is one week. If a female cat doesn’t become pregnant, the cycle repeats every two to three weeks. More »

Female dogs stay in heat, technically known as "estrus," for five to 13 days. The length varies between different breeds and individual dogs. Male dogs are attracted to female dogs for approximately 18 days. More »

Although cats should always have clean drinking water available, a house cat can survive for a few days or sometimes up to a week without water. House cats were originally from desert climates, so they are predisposed to... More »

Cat heat, called estrus, lasts between 3 and 14 days. The average length of time is one week. If a female cat doesn’t become pregnant, the cycle repeats every two to three weeks. More »

The average length of time between a cat's last estrus, or heat, cycle and the birth of her kittens is between 60 and 65 days. It could, however, be as short as 58 days or as long as 71 days. More »

There are several tranquilizers available with a prescription from a veterinarian to help relieve stress and anxiety in cats, including Valium and Promace. Tranquilizers can have negative side effects, such as impairing ... More »