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I Feel So Guilty :( :(

S: 18st8lb G: 10st0lb
#1
Morning everyone , i feel so bad :( , Yesterday we got a kitten off my sister . We got home , and we have to other cats , one who is a year old and one who isn't quite a year old . Well i'd just placed the kitten on the sofa and the other cats both was curious and was having a look and a sniff , I turned round and all of a sudden i heard a load of miaow n kitten cries , the older cat had the kitten in his mouth and was attacking it :(. My mum managed to get the kitten but he was very shook up and appeared to be fitting . He was all limp and couldnt stand ,one of his paws was doubled up and he cudnt walk on it i thought he was going to die , but my husband was trying to sort him out , blew in his face etc ...... We took him to the vet , and he said that he is in shock and very traumatised , He felt him all over and said nothing appears to be broken , he said maybe very very bruised n sore, Anyway the vet gave him 2 injections which was £53 :eek:..... And we have to go back today . I feel awful , we'd just took the kitten away from his mother n 2 brothers n then this happens ...... I'm very scared now about how the other cats are going to be , and will they always want to attack him ?? Ive always had cats/kittens and never has this happened before :(.........
Sorry for the long story ..... xx
 
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smirnoff

Overweight or undertall?!
S: 11st12.5lb C: 11st12.5lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 28.6 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#2
oh dear that's awful, i hope the little one is going to be ok xx
 
S: 18st8lb G: 10st0lb
#3
Thanks Smirnoff , Just got back from the vets now , and we had to leave him there , he is still dragging his paw n wen the vet was examining him he was making lots of noise . So he is going to give him an XRAY , and he also gave him another injection , so that another £81 today :O Definetly paid for this kitten !!!!
 

smirnoff

Overweight or undertall?!
S: 11st12.5lb C: 11st12.5lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 28.6 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#4
omg that is terrible, the poor kitten and your poor bank account xx
 
S: 18st8lb G: 10st0lb
#5
ye feel really awful , we had to use cash we had put by for repairs on our car as it is off the road at the moment !!! Got kitten home now , lucky enough nothing is broken , but vet said he may minute fractures that wud be the size of a babys nail clippings , which will heal on there own , and because he is so young he has that on his side . So £53 yesterday and another £117 today , coz of an xray n medication , we've well n truely paid for the kitten !!! Am so scared now of him getting attacked again , but wont dare leave them in same room together !!!
 
S: 18st8lb G: 10st0lb
#6
Gutted

:cry:OMG ......... Our other cat attacked the kitten again :cry:..... He got him round the neck drew blood , the kitten appeared to have fitted , breathed funny n then died ..... im so sad , i cant believe it , ive grown up with cats , and had them all my adult life n never has this happened before ...... i feel so numb n guilty ......
 

Charlotte-Eve

x It's my year to shine x
S: 15st7lb C: 12st9.6lb G: 9st13lb BMI: 25.5 Loss: 2st11.4lb(18.16%)
#7
Oh melly I'm so, so sorry to hear that about your little kitten :( That's terrible. Your cats must've been protecting their territory, it's so sad :(
 

Fatty_no_more

Slimming for my children
#8
Oh no that's awful. I have never heard of this before and like u had cats all my life. I reckon they were just staking their claim to their home. It's nature and please don't blame yourself! Hugs. X
 

FatNoMore

Full Member
S: 17st5lb C: 13st5lb G: 11st5lb BMI: 29.3 Loss: 4st0lb(23.05%)
#9
im sorry to hear that, its so sad x
 

festivalfairy

Finally a size 12!
#10
Oh no don't blame ya self in had similar thing with my dog end of day there animals hun there protecting there territory is all x
 

Circes

Strutting her stuff
S: 17st12lb C: 10st7lb BMI: 22.3 Loss: 7st5lb(41.2%)
#11
When introducing a new cat into the house you need to prepare carefully and isolate the newcomer away from other cats for several weeks before doing a gradual introduction. Even doing that it took my elderly cat about 5 months before she accepted the new kitten completely. Sorry it turned out so horribly for you.
 

delleh

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S: 15st8.5lb C: 15st8.5lb G: 12st13lb BMI: 35.3 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#12
My friend found that they sat in the room with 3 of us, all with a cat/kitten and then took the kitten out - and had a water spray. And basically learnt behaviour, dont hiss or attack dont get sprayed. In the end even if the kitten did it, it got shut in a box for 1minute to try again. Gradually helped x
 


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