it won't come out from under the bed. what should i do? maybe its defective.
sounds fair enough. i think its a tricky cat. it pretended to love me in the store.Drool-Boy said:if its new to the house its probably scared
give it a few days to get used to the new surroundings
i guess i'll give it a couple of days. its to cute not to keep.JJ Lady said:They are. Just not used to the surrounding. He/She will get over it!
its a he and his name is jo jo pumpkin. i will give it a while. i'm sure it will come around. its not like its causing lots of trouble hanging out under my bed.Pandora said:When I fostered rescue kitties they would do that at first. But they would usually come out of their shell within a week. I fostered on that looked a lot like your cat. His new mom named him Aramis. Is yours a he or a she? Whats her/his name?
dreamwalker said:That might be a bit better than what my cat does. When she's in a good mood she lives up to her name of Angel, but when she's not her name should be Demon. She was declawed by her previous owner, but she sure can bite!
Can't blame her for that. I won't declaw any of my cats, never have, never will, but one of her previous owners apparently didn't feel the same way, poor AngelJJ Lady said:Lots of declawed cats have behavoiral problems. I guess i woudl too if someone cut off the first knuckle off all of my fingers.