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 »

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 »

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 »

WebMD explains that there are numerous tranquilizers that are deemed safe for cats over the course of short-term use, but they need to be obtained through a veterinarian. Tranquilizers are used to relieve anxiety in a fr... More »

Kittens and cats can occasionally eat tuna, but WebMD warns that too much tuna in a kitten's diet can lead to malnutrition. While kittens usually enjoy tuna, it lacks the full range of nutrients necessary for a healthy d... 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 »

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 »