Put some old, very worn clothes with your odor on it in her bedding. And maybe some Feliway there would calm her. Rescue Remedy in her water may help too.
On Aug 14, 2011, at 6:42 AM, Lorrie wrote:

The idea of the long handled bath brush is so you can pet the
cat with no danger of getting bitten or clawed.  You were brave
to leave your hand in there unless you had on a glove :-)

Lorrie

On 08-13, Bonnie Hogue wrote:
Wow, what a terrific idea! I just put more bedding in with Hemy because she looks cold. She hissed, of course. I left my hand in there a minute, wondering if I should try to touch her. She didn't go for me, but I thought
better of it.  This might be an idea to build a bridge!
~B.

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Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Feathers or a brush

I use feathers or a long handled bath brush to win over a shy or feral cat. I've had them simply melt at the touch, and soon become very affectionate.

Lorrie


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