Does the male animal mate with a female then mate again with another female?

In animals that live in groups, a single dominant male will often lead the group and mate with all the females, polygamously. The male's instinctive role is to spread its seed, its own specific DNA, as much as it possibly can to keep it's DNA chain going. In other animals, mating is less restrictive within a group. And there are some animals that mate only with a single partner with whom they are paired for life.

In some pair bonds, the male leaves the female after the cub is born or matured.