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Our oldest daughter (eldest?) has a female, I think at least 14yrs old.

Anyway, from time to time...she has us watch her for this reason or that.

Funny thing is, she always starts screaming in heat when here.

Funny how that happens, huh???

Anyway...my question would be: is it safe to spay an older female???

At this point, I would pay the bill!!!

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16 hours ago, Perro Del Diablo said:

More likely she is missing her parents and being in new house she is not used too

Yes and no....she has 'lived' in this house for years...

She has always been a very sqwally cat when in heat.

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20 minutes ago, Allie Mo, SASS No. 25217 said:

My cats were all younger when I had them spayed.  I would ask a vet.

Yup...I would definately find the risks before moving forward.

I thought she had spayed her years ago...

Might be an incintive in watching her again...well, LISTENING her again.

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She is a senior cat. 14 is equal to 72 in human years, so a vet may be hesitant to to spay her. And she is an indoor kitty. Like Allie said, I had my cats spayed early.

At 15, cats are considered geriatric.

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1 hour ago, Whiskey Business said:

She is a senior cat. 14 is equal to 72 in human years, so a vet may be hesitant to to spay her. And she is an indoor kitty. Like Allie said, I had my cats spayed early.

At 15, cats are considered geriatric.

Yup...it is a sticky whicket!

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9 minutes ago, Alpo said:

I've had dogs. Dogs go into heat maybe twice a year.

 

According to this article, if cats don't get bred, they go into heat constantly.

 

https://www.thesprucepets.com/do-cats-have-menopause-555438

 

 

Yup...BUT they go into a major sqwall cycle every now and then...hence why we end up with her occasionally.

Apartments=work=sqwalling/barking=trouble.

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I have a spay outdoor cat and one of her Tom's that after 4 yrs is just allowing a few pettings...one nuetered indoor boy.

He gets a bit vocal at bedtime...but usually quiet.

I like not seeing vermon!

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