There should be a small one inch scar running head to tail on the cat's belly just below the sternum. Normally there is a small rigid lump under that scar. That scar often just looks like a line.
First, are you sure she is spayed? (If adopted as an adult you may have been TOLDshe was spayed, but with females you cannot tell by sight like you can with a neutered male. On a female, feel and look for a spay scar on abdomen.)Reason I ask if you are SURE she is spayed is that vaginal bleeding in an older female dog is a sign of pyometra .... a very bad uterine infection. But it only happens in older female dogs that were NOT spayed. Take her to a vet, as pyometra often becomes serious to the point of life-threatening without prompt treatment.
The male cat (every animal) has testicles, unless they are neutered. A neutered male cat will not have visible testicles, but there will be a noticeable space between its anus and penis. A spayed female cat looks exactly the same as an intact female as the reproductive organs that are removed when it is spayed are inside the body. A spayed female will still have a genital opening (vulva) which is often a tear-drop shape located right below the anus.
Even if a cat is fixed it still can be reasonably easy to determine its gender. A neutered male cat will not have visible testicles, but there will be a noticeable space between its anus and penis. A spayed female cat looks exactly the same as an intact female as the reproductive organs that are removed when it is spayed are inside the body. A spayed female will still have a genital opening (vulva) which is often a tear-drop shape located right below the anus.
Ferrets that are adopted from pet shelters, or bought from pet stores will be neutered. The largest breeder of ferrets in the US - Marshall Farms will have two blue tattoo dots on the ears indicating it has been neutered. Private breeders usually will not sell a ferret without the agreement that you have the ferret neutered If the above statement does not answer your question, refer to related question below on breeding ferrets - if a ferret is not spayed and comes in season, you will be able to tell by physical signs that change on a female ferret.
This is quite normal. Your dogs should be trained to listen to your commands. Although natural, you wouldn't want this to occur when company is around. When your male dog does this tell them in a stern voice, 'NO!' This may take a few times, but dogs are smart. I have a male (neutered) female (spayed) and they use to do it, but I managed to teach them to listen to my commands. A female will also try to hump a male.
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