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How can i get a pregnant scared cat in my house?

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Recently I found a homeless cat who was pregnant when i found her. I tried to bring her in but she thought i was going to hurt her babies so she freaked. How can i get her in my house without giving her a heart attack??? Plz answer soon! THANKZ

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  • Christina WahlChristina Wahl Member Posts: 164
    Accepted Answer
    Leave wet and dry food on a small plate outside your house on your porch and see if she will take it. If so keep doing this tell the weekend and then try and catch her eating. Wait tell shes 1/2 done with the food and slowly come around from back of house if possible and see if the kitty will let you come around with out getting spooked. Another idea is open the front door slowly but this may spook easier. Then you could leave food inside and let her eat in there. But you wont harm her heart with a trap. And it is easier. Hope this helps.
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