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Spaying

Category: general | Submitted: 3 May 2007 04:47PM | viewed 5883 times
Q Carolyn asks:

I have recently had my 7 month old cat spayed. During the night she sometimes make a yowling sound and I am concerned that she may be calling. Does it take a while for her hormones to settle down?

Q Our vet says: She is unlikely to be calling following being spayed but cats can be vocal at night for many different reasons. She may want attention and play so ensure she has a good game and lots of attention for an hour or two in the evening. She is very young and would naturally be quite active at night; vocalization and attention seeking at night is a very common problem for owners of young cats simply because they want to play. Speak to your vet if you are concerned about the spay- but it would be very unlikely that she is still coming into season.

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