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Cure for a hypercative kitten?

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
I have a kitten who is just 2 months old and she just doesnt understand when to stop running around, half the time shes asleep and the other half shes running after you, biting chunks out of your legs:D

Anyone know how to calm her down?? lol
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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1 Like #1
Buy her one of these.
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http://www.petstorebyconny.com/members/785824/uploaded/Cat-Condo-A7401.jpg[/CENTER]
#2
Lol i think shed climb to the top and jump head first off it :D gd sugg. though + rep :D
#3
yup plenty of toys as well and take time to play with her/him which im sure you do:-D
#4
Same as our 2 kittens, there funny. I have a stick in the kitchen, make them both run in circles for about 10 minutes and there knackered afterwards and just sleep for ages :P.
#5
Lol sounds just like blinky :D
1 Like #6
Get one of those laser pointers they love them, they do have sharp lil toothies tho huh !!
#7
Tell me about it! My hand is basically one big scratch lol
#8
Sounds like my kitten, George. He's 5 months old and still hides round corners and pounces on your feet and then chews lumps out of your shins. He also has this annoying habit of coming into my room in the middle of the night, creeping under my bed then turning himself upside down and clinging on to the underside of the leather effect frame and racing around the underneath of the bed doing laps :roll:

I'm getting him a lady friend when she's old enough in a couple of weeks in the hope that he plays with her instead of mine and the kids feet. If that doesn't work, I'm just hoping he doesn't teach his new missus the 'under the bed racing game' and they don't start racing each other :-D
#9
Lol sounds like a good idea, i think if i introduced blinky to another cat, she would scratch the living**** out them lol, shes never seen another cat before (apart from her mum and siblings) lol
#10
we have 2 kittens, that we got in april, they are still mental, they like snuggling up with up us in bed, and scratching uso wake us up.
#11
sorry.

kittens are kittens......id be worried if i wasnt hyperactve.
#12
http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j286/ladycat_2006/Animals/Wet%20Cats/dontthrowcat-1.gif

sorry had to be done
banned#13
a 12 bore will do the trick
#14
Kitten13;3205996
we have 2 kittens, that we got in april, they are still mental, they like snuggling up with up us in bed, and scratching uso wake us up.

And I bet you lay still at night so as not to disturb them, like I used to :giggle:
#15
http://i518.photobucket.com/albums/u342/homerjaypictures/ThaliaSiamesecatWalkingSMWebshot.jpg

If you want some sport
#16
he he he....people can be so nasty......we really dont mean it.


ahem. stun gun/tasergun/mains
#17
the chop if its a boy

my cats the same approx 4 months old was laying down the other night and all of a sudden he dived on my face think he saw reflection of the tv in my glasses lol
#18
Lol i was thinking of a less lethal way :D
#19
happy donkey
And I bet you lay still at night so as not to disturb them, like I used to :giggle:


nah, they need to learn we move in our sleep, lol

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