Why do cats fight after mating
Mating Brand (Mating Heat, #3) by Laurann DohnerBrand meets his dream girl in college—a half-human, half-leopard shapeshifter who cannot shift. Werewolves and cats are natural enemies but the power of their sexual chemistry overwhelms them. She steals his heart and makes him whole. When she abandons him it fractures his world and he knows no woman can ever take her place. Though many seek his attention, he is cold and unattainable.
The love they share is soul deep but the fate of Charma’s family lies in her hands. The memory of every heated touch they share will cut out both their hearts when she leaves him but to save them all, she must run. After nine years of desolation and heartbreak Charma is back. She risks forfeiting her life to warn Brand of an impending attack but she doesn’t hesitate. Brand has her in his arms once more and he will never lose her again.
How female cats act after mating
Aggression between cats
Most pet female cats who are not part of a breeding program should be spayed before puberty. In domestic cats heat cycles run generally from February through October in the Northern Hemisphere, but they can occur year-round in indoor cats. Until she mates or is spayed, estrus the time of receptivity to mating will occur every 2 to 3 weeks, causing distress to both the queen and her human companions. During this time, Queenie's entire focus will be on escaping the house to mate or mating with an intact male housemate. She will be single-minded in her need to mate, will loudly vocalize call , and lurk near doors, just waiting for the chance to meet up with one of the noisy feline Romeos who will cluster near your home, fighting for the privilege of impregnating your queen. Estrus is described as the period of receptivity to mating and is linked with the production of estradiol a type of estrogen produced by ovarian follicles. Unlike dogs, cats that are in heat rarely experience observable vulvar swelling or discharge.
Normal reproduction in a nutshell is all about high efficiency in the feline. Cats have always been recognized for their ability to reproduce—in Ancient Egypt they were worshiped as the worldly symbol for the Goddess of Fertility, Bastet.
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The cat mating process may seem a little odd and even brutal to our human eyes. I have known some owners to think that a male cat is trying to kill a female cat when in fact they are mating., Cats are very territorial creatures and can fiercely defend their turf.
It is well observed that the female cat will scream, screech or become very aggressive during or just after mating with the tom cat. Female virgin cats who have not mated do not ovulate. The pain caused the first time the female cat mates causes shock, initiating the ovulation cycle this will take a little over 24 hours to actually begin. A queen may mate as quickly as 30 minutes after the first copulation. This all explains why the female cat is so angry and tries to swipe the male, and also why the male has to be very careful not to get injured — hence why he holds the female by the neck scruff of the neck.