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Meowing nursing cat = sleep deprivation. Please help!?!?

Dalila LopezDalila Lopez Los AngelesMember Posts: 1
edited 16 September, 2013 in Behavior & Training
Months ago I started feeding a local stray cat. She was super friendly and really pregnant and really thin. So of course out of love for animals I started to feed this stray cat. Weeks later I heard a kitten cry. She had her kittens in the laundry room under the boiler. I left her kittens there for a bit as I knew that's where they would get the best heat resource and also hidden away from my neighbors (I live in a apartment complex) who hate cats. Now I just recently moved the 5 week kittens into my room, just this past Tuesday. Only because I heard the kittens cry and seen them walking out underneath the boiler. They are super friendly and are getting adjusted to wet food and how to use the litter box. So they are in the weaning process. Well the reason I am sleep deprived is that after 1 night in my room, mother cat would cry to go outside, since she's used to being outside. So I let her out. Minutes later, she cries yet again to come back in. And this goes on from around 9 pm till 5 am :-'''( Please any help will greatly be appreciated. I need my sleep.
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