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What's the Problem? She's Evil

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hello, all! I have a bit of a situation...Here goes. MissMiss is my adopted stray maincoone who is approx 3 years old. In April, she had a litter of 4 kittens ,two of which I kept. When the kittens were about 5 weeks old, I found MissMiss limp on the kitchen floor... I immediately thought it was MilkFever and brought her straight to the vet. OK, so they still can't tell me what happened, but they did tell me she was FeLv Pos. I immediately found homes for 2 of the kittens, and kept the other 2...All's well so far. I haven't let MissMiss out of the house and have been waiting for a full recovery of her 'stroke' before getting her fixed, upon the Drs advice. Now, within the last few weeks, I have been letting the cat and her two kittens, both girls, out on Supervised Outings. They play outside for about 30-45 minutes and then it is time to come in. MissMiss has been acting very strangely lately, by going outside of the box, or by peeing on the floor right in front of me! We have been Very Careful about showing her Attention, and not giving too much to the kittens in front of her, so she won't be jealous. She has been becoming Very Mean to her kittens, Simpson and Desmond, by Hissing and Running up and being Evil to them without being provoked! Just happened again! I feel very bad for these kittens, and I don't know what to do about MissMiss...Has anyone else had anything like this happen? Could it be Distemper? Any suggestions would be MOST HELPFUL!!!
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I'm going to move this to Behavior where our experts can try to help you with this situation.
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Your cat is in all probability ill. I would find a cat vet- feline specialist in your area and take her in for a full work up. Because of her FeLV postitive state, she is a lot more susceptible to infections and diseases than other cats. And although FeLV is not an immediate death sentence, the cat needs to be followed up by a good vet. I would do a neurological workup as well as blood tests, and ask the vet to check for UTI as well.

This is not a behavior problem this is a cry for help, and your cat is hoping you are listening, and not getting mad at her for what she cannot help doing.

Her hissing and running her kittens off is normal for momcats after their kittens have been weaned when they stay in close proximity to her. Put the kittens off in another room with toys, food and litterbox for a few hours a day to give the mom a rest. .
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