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issey6cats Fri 07-Mar-14 15:37:35

i have a new foster kitten shes called chloe, 11 weeks old went from a private house (i rehomed her two sisters as fosters but didnt have her here at the time) and four weeks later the inexperienced owners couldnt cope with her she is very timid and very hissy but she did settle for a cuddle earlier pics on my profile

cozietoesie Fri 07-Mar-14 15:42:47

She looks like a bundle of adorableness. What about her could the previous owners not cope with?

thecatneuterer Fri 07-Mar-14 16:29:12

She looks lovely. So are you looking for more tolerant and experienced owners for her now? Or are you going to keep her for a while longer to try to calm her down a bit?

issey6cats Fri 07-Mar-14 16:48:15

yes cat neuterer will keep her for a while and then look for experienced owners for her with no very young children, right they got her from the home at 7 weeks four weeks ago and said she bites hard and climbs up you as your walking round, they have never had a cat before and said she bit their grandaughter, but my grandchildren have been stroking her this afternoon and apart from a couple of swipes with no claws and a bit of hissing she has been fine, i think shes going to be a cat that comes to you on her terms

cozietoesie Fri 07-Mar-14 16:50:53

Not used to kittens in particular?

issey6cats Fri 07-Mar-14 16:59:03

yes cozie they havent ever had a cat they were doggy peeps before lol she is at this moment on the sofa mangling a cat nip mouse

issey6cats Fri 07-Mar-14 16:59:52

and i think they made the classic mistake of letting her go for fingers so she sees fingers as targets will get her out of that one

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