I'm new to this so bare with me haha!
I have had my gorgeous kitten Luna since May, she was supposedly born in March but a trip to the vets told us that she was born in around April time. this has caused her to be incredibly scatty, running riot, meowing non stop and only happy when she is asleep. we have tried everything to calm her down, catnip, plug ins! so much and she hasn't changed.
she started weeing over the house, so we brought back her litter tray which helped. when it seemed she was back to normal, we removed it again and we haven't had an accident since.
until recently.. she has gotten so much worse at misbehaving, biting all the cables and attacking the plants that she never has done before. today when she bit the cables I shut her in the kitchen. she climbed into my mums work bag and did a really big number 2. I don't know whether this was because she was scared or if she genuinely has something wrong with her?
has anyone experienced the same or similar thing? if so please can you give me some advice?
myself and my boyfriend are moving out in November/December time and im concerned that it is only getting worse. we will also be getting new kittens so im scared about that!
thanks for your advice in advance xx
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