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Is there anything that can draw a kitten out from underneeth my house?

 Member Posts: 2
A stary had, what i think is 6 kittens, under my house. Four of them are out and im trying to get the other two out so i can bring them inside and take care of them, including the mother. I'm just so worried about them being out there because I live in Kansas and it is EXTREAMLY hot out.

Best Answer

  • Brandy MartinBrandy Martin Member Posts: 6
    Accepted Answer
    You can try scaring her out with loud sounds. She might be scared enough to relocate herself and her kittens. Or tempt her with food like a bowl of milk that she may want to bring her kittens to.
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