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Jubilee
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posted 07-05-2003 05:16 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Jubilee     Edit/Delete Message
Help! We have a one-year old domestic cat, female. She is not spayed and we simply cannot afford to get her spayed at this time. The problem is, she goes into to heat now once every two weeks for around two weeks. This has been going on well over three months now. She will meow, cry, purr and rub all night. We've taken to locking her in our bedroom and sleeping on the couch. (If she's out of our bedroom, she's worse. Even louder.) I don't know what to do for her, and my husband is threatening with giving her away. Please help!

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Butterfly2Catch
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posted 07-05-2003 12:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Butterfly2Catch     Edit/Delete Message
It's not going to stop until she is either impregnated or spayed. Check with a local animal shelter or humane society to see whatyou can do.
Many places offer discounted services for low income households. Also, some cities have programs in which you can get free treatment for your pet in exchange for volunteer work.
You really need to get her spayed, I work at an animal shelter, and we get about 50 cats a DAY in. There's so much overpopulation. PLUS, your pet is unhappy in her "unfullfilled" state.

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nern

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posted 07-05-2003 11:11 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nern     Edit/Delete Message
My local SPCA spayed/neutered and gave rabies shots to my two strays for only $40.00 each.
You can also check this site for low cost/free spay clinics in your area: www.spayusa.org

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kitty13
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From:Defuniak Springs, Florida, USA
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posted 07-07-2003 10:08 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for kitty13     Edit/Delete Message
My cat use to do the EXACT same thing..Unfortunatly I dont have any advice..I did end up having to give her away..after the 2nd or 3rd month of her waking my parents up they just couldn't take it anymore. I guess the only way for you to overcome this problem would be to get her fixed...good luck.

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