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The Main Reasons Female Cat Squels And Attacks Male Cat During Mating

Felidae is a family of mammals in the order Carnivora, colloquially referred to as cats. A member of this family is called a felids. The term cat refers both to felids in general and specifically to domestic cats. 

Most pet cats are neutered. If your cat came as an adult from a rescue centre, it will have been neutered already. Your vet will carry out the operation on a younger cat once it has reached the age of two months. It is well observed that a female cat will scream, screech or become very aggressive during or just after mating with the tomcat.

Behaviour by cats is a pretty gnarly business. A male waits for his moment and then darts after the female, pouncing on her from behind, biting her in the neck and pinning her to the ground, while he introits his barbed.

 As he withdraws, the backward-pointing spines on his penis lacerate the female’s vagina, causing her to scream and roll away, and she may smack him if he doesn’t get out of range quickly enough.

When two cats want to mate the female will show her willingness by crouching down low and treading her back paws with her tail pulled to the side. The male cat will mount her and bite her neck. The female cat will yowl loudly as the barbs on the males penis will cause her pain. 

She may even turn to attack the male. After mating the female will seem very agitated and will roll and thrash around. This is normal behaviour. The whole mating process can take between 30 seconds to 4 minutes.

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Carnivora Felidae


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