2009-01-18

Group Therapy for Cats the old lock em in a room trick









Who ever thought we'd end up doing this kind of stuff. Well it worked. Dream and Emerald found they weren't going anywhere. We put the kitties into the room and left them too it. Just stayed kept quiet and watched.It was hilarious. Growl spit snarl growl spit snarl. Sasquatch tried to be the big tough, but very tiny kitty, and stuck his fur out at Dream, who growled twice as loud and was several times bigger. At the moment things are growly but no claws are out...yet. We'll just keep at it and in time perhaps Dream and Emerald will get more tolerant. The older cats are now happily coming in and out of the house without taking off the moment they see the two little monsters in training appear. Little monsters they are but...cute. Too cute mutter. More stuff to write but the day has been long and I'll post some more about today tomorrow.

5 comments:

  1. They were probably working out who was pack leader and the pecking order, same as dogs do, lets hope they work it out in the end :-)

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  2. They will. It just needs time and that's the best therapy of all.

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  3. Haha... Group Therapy. I think that is way to do it when adding to the pet family. We've been debating about adding a cat and or dog to our household... your additions are inspiring us. :-)

    Jennifer

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  4. Jennifer we have to use *professional* terms here! My Dad used to call it Having it out time. I think it works as long as we stay around since the kitties are so tiny. In time things will calm down by then I'll need a straight jacket.LOL!

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  5. Hi Liz, I know cats can be very wild sometimes, I remember when I was growing up my mum had a white cat called Sooty and it had hold of me a few times both with its teeth and claws. Bob.

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