A female cat is called a molly. After she has become a mother, she is called a queen. A baby cat is called a kitten no matter what gender it is. The mother of a kitten is called dam. More »

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Female cats are typically referred to as "Molly" or "Queen." The term "Queen" is more suitable for cats that are nursing or pregnant, as it portrays more of a motherly tone. More »

A female lion is called a lioness. Lions are the only members of the cat family to show a difference in appearance between the male and the female. Lionesses have a short coat of stiff, tan hair and lack the mane that ch... More »

Female cats should be spayed before they are 6 months old to prevent urine spraying and to stop them from becoming pregnant. It is not a good idea to spay cats that are in heat, because they are vulnerable to increased b... More »

To groom a cat, brush it, put several inches of water in a bathtub, put the cat in the tub, pour water over the cat, shampoo and rinse and dry the cat. This 30-minute process requires a bathtub, a bath mat, water, a pitc... More »

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A cat's age can be estimated by examining its teeth, coat and eyes. Teeth are especially helpful for determining a feline's age, since the presence or absence of baby teeth helps narrow down an age range. Older cats some... More »

When picking up a cat, scoop him up from beneath the front legs while supporting the rear legs and butt. Done properly, the hold resembles a hug, the cat's back pressed against the human's front. Some cats may prefer to ... More »