Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Marcia, if I lived anywhere near you, I'd take her home and work with her for you. It does sound to me as if she's undersocialized, and not just because of the aggression; her extreme need for physical affection also sounds a bit strange. I definitely think an understanding foster home is the way to go, preferably someone who has experience working with feral or semi-feral cats (we tend to have a much better idea of what to expect from a cat that is truly aggressive). Possibly someone without other cats too, as the presence of other kitties could potentially be contributing to her issues if she's insecure. Has anyone ever tried to work with this kitty on her issues? Do you know what her story is?
Proud people-mommy of Galileo, Dante, Cosette, Autumn,
Ramona & Choco-cat (and foster kitty, Poe).
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