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Cat tree with litter box


Cat tree with litter box... (yes, I'm insane)

My cat is getting ready to be spayed, and the vet wants to check her for any heart problems.

I have noticed in the past 2 years that when she walks she seems to be having trouble. She stops to catch her breath. She is breathing on her own fine, just seems to be struggling a bit when she's walking. It's nothing I'm worried about as I know she's not having a heart attack or anything like that.

My vet told me she just needs to walk on a treadmill so she doesn't stress. I'm not really interested in taking her on a treadmill but that's what she wants.

So in the mean time, I was wondering if it would be safe to keep her in the same room as me, as the vet sd we should be in the same room during the spay procedure.

The reason I'm concerned is she is VERY nervous when I'm around, and I need to help get her out of the house. I have a baby gate set up at the bottom of the strs to stop her from running out of the house in the future but she used to be much worse. She seems to be in good spirits, but I want to be careful because of her "stress level."

I could leave the front door open and she'll be able to run off and come back in later and she's normally fine when I'm not there. If I close the front door though, she'll scratch at the door to go out and I can't let her out without me.

I'm just wondering if it's a safe procedure to be in the same room while she has anesthesia etc, or if there will be any side effects for me.

My cat is getting ready to be spayed, and the vet wants to check her for any heart problems.

I have noticed in the past 2 years that when she walks she seems to be panting really hard. Does that sound like she has heart problems?

She looks like a normal cat to me, she has no trouble running around at home.

Does your cat have any chronic health issues? If so, could it be making it harder to breathe? That could be causing her to pant.

Also, if you can't keep the front door open for her to get out, I would make sure she has a secure safe place in your house.

I would give her something small to use for a bathroom break (like a small dish of water or food) when they put her down, she can still be in your house but she can also go and come back anytime.

You might also consider giving her a separate litter box, in her own room or other quiet area of the house. I've had to stop using the litter box in my house and I don't like to, but I can't stop my cat from using it in the house, but she can go in a separate part of the house so she's not bothered.

Just an idea, I know I used to have to do that, if she can get out, maybe she doesn't like being in her bed, or it's a bad time for her, so giving her a separate room for naps/beds/baths, and then going back in your house could help.

I don't really want to keep the cat away from the kitty door, but i'm starting to notice that she tends to hide in the same room with it when i'm not looking. I think it's mostly to protect herself from people walking in, but i'm not sure.

How do you know she's hiding from you? Do you see her hide under a chr or do you hear her "hiding" behind a door, etc?

If you can't keep her safe, then you can't keep her. You also need to consider the fact that cats like to hide. And when she's hiding, she's not actually doing what she likes to do. You also need to consider that you have not shown her proper respect for her choice to hide, and that is probably what she is trying to teach you.

You can have a cat if you want. The only thing I'm telling you is to think about her needs before you go rushing to get another cat just because it's the trend.

Just an idea, I know I used to have to do that, if she can get out, maybe she doesn't like being in her bed, or it's a bad time for her, so giving her a separate room for naps/beds/baths, and then going back in your house could help.

I don't really want to keep the cat away from the kitty door, but i'm starting to notice that she tends to hide in the same room with it when i'm not looking. I think it's mostly to protect herself from people walking in, so i think i'll try the separate room. I'll let you know how it works

I don't really want to keep the cat away from the kitty door, but i'm starting to notice that she tends to hide in the same room with it when i'm not looking. I think it's mostly to protect herself from people walking in, so i think i'll try the separate room. I'll let you know how it works

Sounds good. You're still getting away with this?

When my older cat started to hide, I had no choice but to change the location of the door. I think this would be her way of saying, "You don't respect me when I'm not in control of my space. I'd rather just find a comfortable spot and keep myself to myself." I understand the concept of keeping the cat from the door. I just don't think that you should put them in two separate areas. There will always be a way for the cat to get back in. At least your current arrangement works now.

This is what my older cat did, she'd hide behind the corner of the couch when we came home. Then she'd come out when I was busy watching tv and then go back into hiding. At first, I just ignored it, hoping it would stop, but it never did. So I moved her to her own room, which worked great.

Thanks for the advice, guys. She's already had her surgery, so I'll keep her separate to keep things under control. At least there's a good reason behind her hiding in the same room, now.

This is what my older cat did, she'd hide behind the corner of the couch when we came home. Then she'd come out when I was busy watching tv and then go back into hiding. At first, I just ignored it, hoping it would stop, but it never did.


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