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    Bathing Feral Cat

    My parents are requiring me to bath her before I can bring her up because they deem her too dirty since she was originally from the yard and has been walking all over the garage. If it's going to destroy the bond I have with her, I rather have her remain in the garage with her current living...
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    Bathing Feral Cat

    I recently gotten permission to move my semi-feral from the garage to my room. I'm currently working on prepping the room for her move, but I've encountered one bump. On the condition of moving my cat to my room, I need to give her a bath. I know she dislikes water and using gabapentin would be...
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    Cleaning Feral Cat's Bum

    I have a fabulous update! My kitty's bum is free from her tiny brown friend. It really did the trick. The area where the poop was stuck is a bit pink from irritation, but she should be fine. Thank you for all the help!
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    Cleaning Feral Cat's Bum

    It's not stuck on her fur. Most of it is stuck on the skin at the area above her hole. It's possible that part of it is stuck in the groove near her hole, which is making it lodged and possibly sensitive when I try to mess with it. She had bowel movements and normal poops. She does groom the...
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    Cleaning Feral Cat's Bum

    My semi-feral cat has made amazing progress. I can give her back scratches and let me place a gloved hand on her rare. Recently I noticed that there was a smaller than pea size of dried poop stuck to her butthole. I waited a few days to see if she was able to clean it. Unfortunately it's still...
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    Advice for socializing semi-feral

    I've had a semi-feral for 6 months and I've recently been able to give her a stroke or two by bribing her with treats. Due to my living situation, I can only keep her in the garage for now. I've noticed her finally bunting objects two months ago. Recently she bunted the corners of my laptop and...
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    Advice for socializing semi-feral

    I'm slightly traumatized from her biting my finger due to mistaking it for chicken before. She will eat food from my hand if I hold it between my fingers, but won't take it if I place it on my palm. Even if it's cooked chicken. She just takes a sniff and that's all. I tried placing it on the...
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    Advice for socializing semi-feral

    Thank you all for the wonderful suggestions! I shall give them a try. Cheers to a hopeful success. 🤞
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    Advice for socializing semi-feral

    Hi there, I have a semi-feral domestic short hair kitty named Mia. She's currently ~1 years old. Due to my living circumstances, she lives in the garage and I've only been able to spend 3-4 hours with her every day after work. I've been able to fit in 2-3 play sessions every day. There's also an...
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