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Discussion in 'Cat Behavior' started by Rosepud, May 7, 2019.
It's wonderful that she's feel better.
I think as she recovers she’ll be easier to handle again.
Krista right morning after dental extractions. Her pain shot wasn’t working so well. She got a caution sign! Growling and snarling and hissing spitting mad.
Krista after recovery. The love bug who wanted to tear my head off doesn’t want to leave my side now that she’s not in excruciating pain all the time.
I couldn't imagine letting one of my babies go but would your grandma let her stay with you and would you be able to keep her. It does sound like they are causing each other health problems. If not are you near enough to give the meds daily or have a sitter (maybe a vet tech that can use a few bucks) give the meds daily?
I am a college student at the moment actually and I live close during the summers but am 8 hours away during the school year otherwise I would stop and try to do things. I honestly can't keep her because my partner has a cat and we live together and she hates other animals as well as I move every 4 months between places due to school and it just wouldn't be fair to her as she does not like being moved.