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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by WhiteKatLuva, Jan 4, 2010.


  1. WhiteKatLuva

    WhiteKatLuva PetForums Member

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    Is it normal for a 1 yr old cat to suck its blanket?? It has a faveroute wollen blanket that it likes on and kind of chews. Is that normal??

    His name is Zohan. He loves acting like a baby and hunting.

    He catches fantails, and i was wondering if i should stop him from trying to hunt poor wild animals.

    Bianka and Molly stand up for themselves and hiss at the dog while Zohan runs. Should i keep Zohan away from the dog if he keeps trying to attack it??
     
  2. Maiisiku

    Maiisiku Banned

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    I can't advise on the dog. But yeah Bailey chews wool too I think it's normal.
     
  3. WhiteKatLuva

    WhiteKatLuva PetForums Member

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    Alright, thats good!
     
  4. hawksport

    hawksport Banned

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    You should perhaps put a bell on him to try and stop him catching the birds.
     
  5. WhiteKatLuva

    WhiteKatLuva PetForums Member

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    Okie Dokie!
     
  6. viobunny

    viobunny PetForums Junior

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    Chewing is fine, I guess. My cat chews many things, including my finger----I guess he thinks I am the mommy~
    Your Zohan is brave. My little guy will run like hell if he encounters a dog.
     
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