[Sca-cooks] OT cat RE: Sca-cooks Digest, Vol 51, Issue 56
danadkr at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 25 12:22:54 PDT 2010
I can't find the original post, but if the person with the new cat wants to
contact me directly (Dana Kramer-Rolls; danadkr at yahoo.com) I am the author
of The Way of the Cat, and do cat rescue. Good work for saving another
kitty in the mean world. Harry Billings is right about it taking time. But
more when we talk directly. Sir Maythen/West
Date: Sun, 25 Jul 2010 13:17:13 -0500
From: Harry Billings <humble_archer at hotmail.com>
To: sca cooks <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] ot Jealous Cat
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you can not hurry up the process cats make "peace" on their own terms.
> Put my foot into my mouth. On the country estate where my pilates
> classes are held an orange kitten of sbout 2 1/2 months started sleeping
> on the window sill. The lady guardian on the estate said the kitten was
> her grandson's and was not up for apotion. A week later, like yesterday,
> she asked if still wanted him. I smelled a rat but rather than risking
> him being sunk in a river in a plastic bag I took him on the spot. The
> vet found him filled with fleas and now almost 4 months old, which are
> my calculations. The gem purred during his first flue shot. That is a
> first! Never seen that before. He does not understand that he is an
> invasion for Lucca my 1 1/2 year old cat. Lucca is dying of jealously.
> He refuses to be in the same room with him. We try spending 50/50 time
> with both. We don't cuddle baby when Lucca can see but we cuddle Lucca
> all the time. We feel that with time Lucca will bond with this little
> treasure but any hits to hurry up the process would be most welcome.
> Robin - Thank you so much for th Janet/saffron advise.
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