Because cats make so much noise when they cross

Everyone who has seen two cats crossing knows the screaming they do. The truth is that my meows start as soon as the cats enter the heat, as they emit characteristic meows to catch the attention of the males . The males also respond with meows and thus the court begins.

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But it is during the copulation that the screams are more evident and scandalous. Many people wonder why cats make so much noise when they cross ? YourCatCareguide created this article to answer precisely that question.

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How Cats Breed

Females reach sexual maturity between 5 and 9 months of age. The males reach a little later, between 9 and 12 months.

It is quite evident when the cats are in heat because, in addition to their characteristic meows, they have many other signs that they are in heat like wiggling, raising the tail, etc.

Cats have a seasonal polyester reproductive cycle under normal conditions. That is, they reproduce more in some times of the year, since the number of hours of light is a determining factor of the reproductive cycle. However, in an equatorial region, where the number of hours with and without light is approximated, the cats have a continuous reproductive cycle, that is, they reproduce all year round. In addition, cats that are always confined to the house may present a more continuous cycle than the street cats, with artificial light being the explanation for this phenomenon.

The cycle lasts about 21 days. Being that the estrus lasts in average 5 to 7 days ( phase in which we most notice the signs of estrus in the cats ) and it repeats according to what we mentioned previously. This interval depends on whether or not the cat was crossed with a male during estrus. Other factors can influence this range, such as the season of the year and the breed of cat. For example, long-haired breeds are more seasonal than the short-haired breeds. If you have a cat with signs of heat and do not want her to get pregnant, check out this article to learn how to help .

Just a little distraction for your cat or cat to run out the window in search of warmer relationships. Hence the importance of castration , especially to prevent unwanted pregnancies. Even if you have a male cat, it is equally important to castrate . You, besides being a responsible tutor, are a citizen who does not want to contribute to the increase in the number of abandoned kittens on the streets without proper care and attention. The growth in the number of colonies continues to exist and we must all be fighting to end this problem in Brazil. We do not want to increase the number of cats on the street, subject to all kinds of adverse conditions, accidents, mistreatment and hunger!

How Cats Cross

When the female enters estrus (phase in which the cat is more receptive to males) it changes drastically her behavior and no longer refuses mating attempts.

She places herself in a position of lordosis , that is, with the ventral portion of the thorax and the abdomen touching the floor and the perineum raised. This position is necessary for the male to penetrate. The male performs copulatory movements and the female adjusts slowly to the male through pelvic movements in order to facilitate intercourse.

The facial expression of cats during mating is very similar to that of aggressive cats. Typical mating behavior lasts an average of 19 minutes , but can range from 11 to 95 minutes. More experienced cats can mate 10 times in an hour . During the heat, cats can mate more than 50 times!

Females can also mate with different males. The fertilization of the ovum is made only by a spermatozoid but if the female has mated with more than one male, different ovules can be fertilized by spermatozoa of different males. For this reason, in the same litter a female can have more than one parent .

Why Cats Cry When They’re Crossing

The penises of cats are prickly. Yes you read well! The genital organ of these felines is replete with small keratinized spines (as you can see in the picture) that serve to stimulate ovulation of females. It is these penile spicules that induce ovulation. In addition, the spines allow the penis not to slip during intercourse.

Contrary to what some people think, the spicules do not hurt the female or make her bleed. They simply trigger a neuroendocrine stimulus that causes the discharge of a hormone (LH). This hormone will act within 24 to 36 hours after complete intercourse.

After copulation, the behavior of the female is very dramatic. As soon as the male begins to withdraw the penis, after ejaculating, the pupils of the female dilate and 50% of the females emit a cry, like a winch, the typical sharp sound of cat crossing . Most cats attack the male after mating in a very aggressive way and then roll down the floor and lick the vulva between 1 to 7 minutes.

Now you know why cats make noise when mating . We hope you have enjoyed this article and continue to follow YourCatCareguide!

Emily Harris
 

Hi Guys, Girls, and Cats:-p I am Emily Harris, and you can see in above pic. She loves me I swear. I saved her from a dumpster a few weeks back.

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