- Jan 31, 2014
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I am open to suggestions. Seems Lilah just wants to chase her-not sure why.Let me know if the diffuser seems to help, if not or if you want to try something in addition, I have some other ideas of products
Last night Bee was up in her apartment-we let her out for a bit-then went back in the bedroom-stayed closed off for half an hour and then let her out-I was reading in the bedroom and heard screaming about 10 min later. Jon was washing the dishes-once we both ran to find out what's going on-Lilah flew down the tree and into the bedroom by time I walked into the livingroom- so Jon thinks Lilah got spooked because when she ran up there=she didn't expect Bee to be up there-started her screaming-heard Jon's foot steps and flew down=ran under the bed-she wouldn't come out-so we think maybe she was scared Jon would squirt her=so we see now the error of using a squirt bottle. Luckily Bee was fine.
I grabbed the treat bag-and she happily ate some and came out of her cube to eat on the tree-so I think Lilah was more scared than Bee. Bee is slowly standing up for herself-I also noted we need to swap rooms with the cats=I think that will be a failure because every time we swap- Lilah cries and scratches to go back into base camp. But
Sat night we will try the swap. Jon will sleep in the bedroom and I will sleep in the living room....this has been so SLOW! But Lilah is such a sweet cat other than hating other cats...sigh.