Spayed Pets Don’t Go Into Heat
If they aren’t spayed, cats will go into heat at around six months of age. They will stay in heat for an average of six days. The cycle of heat repeats every three weeks on average during their season. When they are in heat, cats become very vocal and demanding. They may bleed and even spray urine.
Dogs generally only go into heat twice a year. They also bleed and urinate excessively during their cycle. Spaying prevents your pet from going into heat and exhibiting these behaviors.