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Hand raised kittens #20117 05/26/21 06:32 PM
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You would think the little kitten we hand raised would be more sociable. We found her as an abandoned stray when she was probably 3-4 weeks old. Bottle fed it day and night. I even rubbed her b-hole to stimulate her to poo like her run away mama was supposed to do. She is now 7 months old and now walks through the room and just glares at you if you try to pet it. She is fine to lay in the room with you, but don’t try and pet it. She is a loner and I just don’t get it. She just wants to be alone.

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Re: Hand raised kittens [Re: Mudshark] #20171 05/28/21 09:49 PM
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Better leave that cat alone. She looks wild!

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