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- Jan 8, 2023
When I get home, I’ll try feed them together, give treats and let them out for a bit again and see how it goes before putting him in the room for the night and trying to get some rest.Notenchnana I know you feel so disheartened (I've literally been there!), but I promise what you're saying is good progress. I can't say that it guarantees it won't happen again or that they won't have moments of hissing and tension between now and your end goal...but I can say that it's progress.
Your job is already hard and draining and emotionally draining so of course you are struggling hard with your home life being disrupted too.
So eating together today was great. And you showed them last night you don't tolerate this stalking and chasing nonsense.
It would be so great if we could talk and they could say what's setting this all off. Instead, were left to wonder why sometimes things are fine and sometimes they aren't and try to find the pattern in it all when inter-cat communication is so subtle.
I’ll let him be in the room with me on one of my days off so I don’t have to fret about sleeping much since I don’t have a time requirement the next day.
I want to believe, I want to hope, I guess I just got my hopes up too much since everything else was going so well.
Thank you for your continued support, I’m really struggling in this and everyone who has posted helps.
like I said, I’m alone. No husbands, no wife, no girlfriend, no friend or family here to help me or talk to me or guide me.
Just me and my broken family who’s been my comfort and joy and who is now fighting and tearing apart the last shred I’ve got left so this situation carried an extreme amount of weight.
I really can’t stand the thought of having to cage one up and go to a shelter because it doesn’t work and I know the toll will be immense, and I just can’t pay it.