Hey Bonnie - No apologies necessary!!
I would crack open a window in the bathroom (if it has a window). If it doesn't have a window - try bringing in some plants/soil/etc (in a pot) from the outside. Once she has gotten more used to you - set up a large crate (covered with a tarp) that is big enough to hold food/water/litter & her box outside with her in it. She will be safe & protected in the cage & out of the elements (due to the tarp) & can get acclimated to her surroundings. (I'm assuming the weather is not horrendous by you right now). Then you can let her out of the cage - but prop the cage door open so she can always get back in if she wants. Sending you good vibes for great success!! Kat (Mew Jersey) ----- Original Message ----- From: Bonnie Hogue Sent: 08/11/11 10:31 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [Felvtalk] Sorry to Ask so much, but... Folks I'm sorry to be monopolizing all this "air space" on the list this morning, but am trying to figure this out with this cat. So, if I decide to put her in my bathroom for a 2 to 3 weeks, as has been suggested, then how do I introduce her to 'living outside' again? I currently have 4 cats PLUS am trying to introduce my aunt's cat, Princess. I know this doesn't sound like much to some of you, but it's getting a bit stress (maybe more for me than for the felines!).. Again, I can't thank you enough for sharing your information and experiences. I deeply appreciate you all! ~Bonnie
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