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post #31 of 39
Helen have you got any Feliway and Bachs Rescue Remedy that you could put in the room with them?
post #32 of 39
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Yes I have it but they are being moved today to the new place and will be put in the cage and it's in a warehouse and there is no way, we would need 100 feliways plug-ins for it to work So I am going to put Walnut essence in their water to help them adjust and I have some Feliway spray I could spray before they get in the cage.
post #33 of 39
Does the walnut have the same effect as the Bach Rescue Remedy?. If it does can you add a few drops to their paws as well so they lick it off just incase they don't drink straight away.
post #34 of 39
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Originally Posted by Rosiemac View Post
Does the walnut have the same effect as the Bach Rescue Remedy?. If it does can you add a few drops to their paws as well so they lick it off just incase they don't drink straight away.
Ummm I don't think you can get near their paws
post #35 of 39
Drape the cages with sheets so they will feel more comfortable, too.

Sending HUGE prayers for Momma kitty and her babies. She will more than likely go in the cage again for food.
post #36 of 39
Is there any way the kittens can be gathered up and put with Mama once she is trapped again?
post #37 of 39
When I first brought Lucia in she wasn't so keen to eat. I think she was scared and she missed the great outdoors. Now she is lapping it up like she is in on a cat food eating contest. They will be okay. Hunger is a great motivator. I would use the Feliway spray. You get more bang for your buck in a large space. You can put a couple of plug ins near the food area. This may help.
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Drape the cages with sheets so they will feel more comfortable, too.

Sending HUGE prayers for Momma kitty and her babies. She will more than likely go in the cage again for food.

They are covered
post #39 of 39
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Is there any way the kittens can be gathered up and put with Mama once she is trapped again?
She moves the kittens constantly, today they moved a bale of hay and there they were; David held them, he said they are so sweet So he moved them somewhere safer because they are still cleaning up the old place...so anyway he went to look after a while and she had moved them again. They needed to be out of the old place like 2 weeks ago So I don't know what's going to happen but they can't be without her, they are only maybe 2 weeks old.
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