|ok .. so the vet part --> what kind of vaccinations are required for a cat living omly indoors(flat) .. other than that does she require a vet?
speak to your vet about this - you can just call them and ask them.
As Katie mentioned they will be different for different parts of the world, so best we not comment incase we are wrong.
Other than that, no she doesnt require a vet... just the required vaccinations whenever she needs them (some could be once a year, or once every 2 years). She will only need a vet if she becomes ill
|one more thing .. whats this about declawing the cat?? is it required & if it is how to do it ....
this cat does NOT need to be declawed - please do not declaw her.
|& lastly if i need to keep it her home(which is still very far from happening) how do i train her or teach her how to respond if i call for food or sumthing like that ..
I do hope you keep her
but dont worry, you wont need to train her to respond when you call her for food - she will know exactly when food time is. My boys are at their bowls every night at 6pm knowing its food time!
you will be surprised how loyal this cat will be to you as you have hand raised her from a young age - if you do keep her, and I hope you do, you will have an amazing bond with her. Many members describe the bond they have with their 'hand raised' kittens and its amazing.
yes as Hissy described, she needs to poop - try and stimulate her. Do you know how to do that?
good luck - you really are doing an wonderful job!!