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RE: New Cats Hiding in a Bad Spot - Update

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Posted by: zifa16 at Sun Aug 21 09:36:21 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by zifa16 ]  
   

This morning I was able to lure Katrina out from her hiding spot with some food. I now have her locked in my bedroom with food, water, and her litter box. Her brother Ivan is still hiding, but with Katrina out of the way, I was able to put my camera down under the bathtub and take a picture to confirm that Ivan is definitely in there, and appears to be sitting comfortably (not stuck). He is the more skittish of the two, and with his sister no longer there to protect him, I'm worried he might never come out! I have food and water in the bathroom for him, should he choose to come up and eat - as far as I know, he hasn't eaten, or had an opportunity to eat, since yesterday morning.

Once he comes out of hiding, I'll lock him in the bedroom with his sister until they get used to us - something I should have done to begin with. Meanwhile, I'm still wondering how long I should wait before I really worry about how to get him out of there.

Thanks for any suggestions you may have!

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