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Response to CharleyDog (Reply #2)

Sun Oct 18, 2020, 10:44 AM

6. That was suggested, but I wouldn't be able to put a collar on either cat

Without major struggles and trauma to both me and the cats.

My previous cat, who was a feral when we adopted him, would not wear a collar. With my husband holding him and me trying to put the collar on, he would just not allow it. We never got a collar on him, he was just too agile.

With a kitty like Sabra who hid for the first month we had her, it would have been a major battle just to get her out to try to catch her, much less grabbing her to put a collar on!

I did get a Feliway dispenser that is still in the bedroom, putting out the cat mom pheromone, and a spray to put on spaces where the cats might hang out. I think those are helping. In fact, I was thinking about getting a second Feliway dispenser for the living room when I get a refill for the bedroom one.

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