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post #31 of 39
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Thanks! I hope everything goes well there!
Yeah I guess that did sound pretty funny!
post #32 of 39
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Originally Posted by meminikitty View Post
Thanks for the replies. I realized I shouldn't have shaken my cat, no matter how light and quickly I'd done it. It was wrong and I'll never even think of doing it again.

Although I can't have my hens pinned up (I just really don't like the idea) I'm going to keep Bella inside from now on. Her vet appointment is scheduled for this Friday, it's the earliest they had. I'll see if she's pregnant, if not, I'm going to see if there is anything wrong with her because she never went after then hens before. Like I mentioned earlier, she used to groom them and lol no, not in a tasty "I want to eat you" sort of way.

So Bella is inside with me now, luckily no hard feelings against what happened yesterday, although honestly, she wasn't shaken up very hard. I barely shook her, it was the NO! that did the most damage.

Sorry for causing tempers to flare up. Definitely did not mean to do that. I do love my animals, I really do. I just couldn't believe what my cat was doing, that's all.
I was wondering what happened, so came to check for an update I'd missed.

There was an update - but one I don't understand? You said Bella was going to be inside with you until you went to the vet. Yet just a couple of days ago - if that long - you said your mom doesn't allow cats inside at all. ???

http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=205698

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....My mom doesn't allow cats indoors, especially Minnie since she has litterbox issues. Even if she didn't, she wouldn't be allowed. Our cats (all pets, actually) are strictly outdoor and usually do fine.
Where was Bella? ...and what happened with Bella at the vet? Is she pregnant? Or was she spayed - or are there plans to spay her?
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I was wondering what happened, so came to check for an update I'd missed.

There was an update - but one I don't understand? You said Bella was going to be inside with you until you went to the vet. Yet just a couple of days ago - if that long - you said your mom doesn't allow cats inside at all. ???

http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=205698



Where was Bella? ...and what happened with Bella at the vet? Is she pregnant? Or was she spayed - or are there plans to spay her?
Bella wasn't pregnant so we got her spayed. It was the plan for Bella to stay inside, it was just one day my brother got a terrible rash, we took him to the doc, found out he was allergic. That was a bit after we let her live inside. It just suddenly happened. Bella is outdoors again with the other cats and we took the hens to my grandma's farm to make sure they were safe just in case Bella tried to strike again. I didn't want to risk it, and I didn't want to "discipline" her from doing something naturally, so that was the solution.
post #34 of 39
I'm glad the hens are safe and Bella's been spayed.
post #35 of 39
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I'm glad the hens are safe and Bella's been spayed.
Thanks. I had to arrange all my pets so things could work out well, but it's all good now and I'm glad I can still see everyone and know they're happy. For instance, my little hen just had 4 little chicks hatch on Wednesday. I'm so happy for her because usually we just take her eggs and she ends up a bit sad afterwards.
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I'm glad the hens are safe and Bella's been spayed.


Sounds like everything worked out for the best for everyone!
post #37 of 39
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Yeah, it was a bit chaotic at first but it's great now. Everyone's happy.
post #38 of 39
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I raced back outside, scuffed my cat, and shook her, yelling NO.


Keep in mind, yelling at cats only makes them more fearful of you. And please, in the future, don't shake an animal.
post #39 of 39
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Keep in mind, yelling at cats only makes them more fearful of you. And please, in the future, don't shake an animal.

Oh yeah I feel really bad about doing that! I would never do it again.
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