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Ok so Mama Kitty is almost finished nusring so I let her out of the room today to get her familar with the house and she is hissing and growling at my other cats Is this normal?

Also I put her back into the room and now she's digging up the carpet by the door and calwing the door. What can I do?????
post #2 of 10
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Originally Posted by STLGRL5
Ok so Mama Kitty is almost finished nusring so I let her out of the room today to get her familar with the house and she is hissing and growling at my other cats Is this normal?

Also I put her back into the room and now she's digging up the carpet by the door and calwing the door. What can I do?????
Put something in front of the door to keep her from tearing up your carpet. You can't let her out, because she might fight with the other cats. She's the foster right? She just smells that they smell different, so she doesn't trust them, which is why she's hissing... try to keep them separate is the best advice I can give.
post #3 of 10
My foster Sugartoes was fierce when she had the kittens, but now that it is just her, she is doing fine in "general population". Festus, on the other hand, is still hissing and growling...such a mean kitty!
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Originally Posted by CJandBilly
Put something in front of the door to keep her from tearing up your carpet. You can't let her out, because she might fight with the other cats. She's the foster right? She just smells that they smell different, so she doesn't trust them, which is why she's hissing... try to keep them separate is the best advice I can give.

Yup its the foster kitty. When you say put something in front of the door you mean on the inside where she is are on the outside?
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Originally Posted by STLGRL5
Yup its the foster kitty. When you say put something in front of the door you mean on the inside where she is are on the outside?
Inside... like a towel. Put it under the door, or pin it down so that she can't move it. That's what I did when we had Topaz in the house. Saved my carpet... well... what was left of it anyway!
post #6 of 10
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She is driving me crazy lol!!! Now she is meowing really loud through the door
post #7 of 10
Maybe you can lock your kits in another bedroom for a while, and let her out for a few minutes, so she thinks the "threat" is gone. She is only trying to protect her babies!

I have a sisal rug under my bedroom door where I keep the kittens, so they don't ruin the carpet when digging.
post #8 of 10
Yes ithink it is normal i think she is cousise(how do ya spell that again lol i forgot) but...and i my cat digs at the carpet but she does that for her nails maybe to sharpen or to make them shorter i have noclue but she only has baq(back) claws so..its kinda funny.
post #9 of 10
My MeMe came to me as a pregnet stray I have four other cats and six big dogs. when she would see the other cats and the hissing started I gave everyone treats and petted everyone.It has been a constant battle but after 4 weeks and the new babies everything is going well
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Originally Posted by Beckiboo
Maybe you can lock your kits in another bedroom for a while, and let her out for a few minutes, so she thinks the "threat" is gone. She is only trying to protect her babies!

I have a sisal rug under my bedroom door where I keep the kittens, so they don't ruin the carpet when digging.
Well I did lock my other kitties up later tonight and she is still doing the same thing, like she doesn't want to be around her kittens anymore. I don't even think she's nursing them anymore.
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