The people in this strange house saw me! When I was let out of the carrier after my people brought me to this strange house, I ran all around the first floor, then ran downstairs and into the basement. I found a very good hiding place! I'm under the basement stairs, where no one can get to me, but I can listen to everything that's going on. At night, I went back upstairs and found what I think is the kitty food box, and tried to get into it. That's when the person saw me. She said I was at the right box for the food, but I just couldn't get into it by myself. When she saw me, I ran downstairs again and hid in my hiding spot. She followed me to see where I went, then got a plate of something yummy called tuna and put it down by me, along with a bowl of water. I waited until she left, then I came out to eat and drink.
Yesterday, the lady at this house called my people and told them where I'd hidden. My people came with a trap and called for me, but I was sleeping and barely heard them. They put tuna in the trap, put it near me, and then left. I don't know whether to eat the tuna or try to get in the food box upstairs again. If I eat the tuna, it means going in that trap, and the last time I went in there I took a nap and went to the vet! I don't know if I want to do that again, but the tuna smells really yummy! I heard something about being put in a smaller room if I go in the trap, and that sounds like a good idea. I also heard something about maybe staying here and these new people being MY new people?
Note from the PDX pride Mommy:
The new family does want to keep him, so once he goes in the trap he'll be put into a smaller room with a door. They'll get him accustomed to being in there, being visited by his new family, then slowly introduce him to the rest of the house, then to the puppy. I'm so glad they still want to keep him, even though he's scared in his new surroundings. They totally understand that it's because he was born feral and doesn't really know houses yet!
We are so happy that Hemming has found a furever home with understanding beans! Happy Mo Cats Day!
Boodie did not like humans at all and needed to be socialized - when my human brought her here, she immediately dashed out of the carrier and went behind the washing machine, where she stayed for two days! When my human finally got her out of there, she locked her in a room for a week. It was actually a pretty large room, but there was nowhere for her to hide. And for a whole week, the only contact she had with any living creature was my human, who fed and played with her. She was a lot better after that.
This makes us so happy! Yay for Hemming, and yay for such a loving and understanding forever family! :)
Happy Mo Cats Day, friends!
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