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I hear what you are saying about a kitten being too excited to remember to eat....Mitzy prefers her ping pong balls and toys to food most of the time!
All too familair to me too. "We're having such a ball with that rolled up piece of foil/toy mouse/clothes peg/empty cardboard box, we just can't be bothered eating".

When I have kittens like this, I put them in my bathroom for 10-15 minutes at feeding times ... nothing else goes in with them except their food, their water and their litter tray. My bathroom is pretty borning though.... no extra stimulation in there for them (providing I have remembered to put the lid down on the toilet, lol, otherwise they have water-parties)
 

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Just a word about Gypsy - she might be a young mum but she's certainly a good one! She adores her baby, cleans her plays with her, puts up with her leaping on her when she's asleep! She even goes and tells her off when she sees her doing something she's not supposed to like scratching furniture or chewing wires. Kiera loves her and follows her everywhere, it's really cute! I do wish Kiera would stop doing death defying leaps though. I'm sure kittens can fly! I'm trying to leave her to learn and not intervene unless she's doing something really dangerous but sometimes my heart's in my mouth!
I wish I could read more threads like that on here!! Well done Gypsy!!

And yes, when we get kittens they should come with a packet of valium taped to their backs! ;)
 
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