My female cat is 6 months old. This is her first heat. Vet has confirmed it as heat.
She is constantly shouting loudly in a harsh voice. We are unable to sleep for the last two days.
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The only way to fix this is to get her spayed, may need to buy some earplugs in the meantime and put her a room furthest from where you sleep.
I will also add some people will stimulate them with a Qtip, since they are induced ovulators it will end the cycle. I would have a veterinarian show you the first time around if you don't want to spay her.