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“She’s a Manx so has short back legs which makes it harder for her to jump up on things like fences for example. It’s pathetic to see really, but she tries.
FREE with a whole bunch of cat stuff. Come get it. It’s raining...
Lol, if you think this is a lot of work and you’re complaining about ‘your’ cat being bored inside then maybe taking care of a cat is not for you.
You complained about them being bored, we explained how dangerous it is outside and suggested what you can do, followed by you being too lazy to...
To clarify, when I said 'cat grass' in my post earlier I meant Wheat Grass. If you go to a pet store and look for anything called 'Cat Grass' it should be safe for a cat. Or the company shouldn't even be selling it.
They usually come in a kit with dirt, seeds and the planter. You can also bulk...
There's lots and lots of things you can do. You're already doing a great job though and you don't want to push yourself too much onto her. Just giver her space and she'll come around :).
If however you DO want to try new things
-Play using an interactive toy that requires you (feathered fishing...
Hi there, I don’t believe you should punish the older sister. We don’t know why she is going full on attack mode now.
Are you able to take a video and post it on YouTube or something? I would like to see their reaction.
I feel like we (including you) don’t have the full picture. I have never...
These are all great points.
@AIice I am sure at this point I have nagged you enough. But you have no idea how lucky you are to have found Ghost/Tenshi. You might not be so lucky next time. In my own neighbourhood there has been a ‘lost cat’ sign up for over 2 months now, when I called they...
You’re doing amazing already, don’t doubt yourself. It can take weeks or even up to months for a cat to bond. Not all of them are instant/within a few days. Depends on how they were brought up and if they were abused before.
I will post some tips when I get home from work if others haven’t...
My suggestion still stands:
New Brunswick Veterinary Medical Association (NBVMA)
P.O. Box 24063
Saint John, NB E2M 5R8
Tel: (506) 693-9994
Fax: (506) 635-2903
Ordre des médecins vétérinaires du Québec (OMVQ)
800, avenue Ste-Anne, bureau 200