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my cat is feral 2yrs old born by non feral mom and raised by since 6 wks old . Why is she this way ?

Kathy CookKathy Cook WashingtonMember Posts: 4
my cat is apx 2 1/2 . did not come from a feral cat inviroment but she is this way . I am trying to find out why . she hides and doesn't want us to hold her ,pet her . and is a very stand offish girl .

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  • John PorterJohn Porter AtlantaMember Posts: 10
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    Well, it was a little hard to understand what you meant. Your sentence is a little choppy! From what I can understand your cat is very stand offish and you're not sure why. Well most cats have varying personalities. She may not be a cuddler, not all cats like cuddling. :) Don't blame yourself, it may just be her personality! One thing to keep in mind is that if she was separated from her mom at 6 weeks that may have something to do with her behavior. Most cats need to be with their moms until 12 weeks. Good luck! :)
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