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Re: Kitten

I think I'll have to clear off the top of a dresser or something. That sounds like a good way to do it, rather than to force the issue. I have a feeling that when he's formally introduced to the dogs, I may wear a lot of kitten.


----- Original Message ----- From: "Karen Fernsler" <kmwos@korora.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2006 6:05 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Kitten

I have never been able to find that spot!

When my kitty does this to my husband's shoulder I manually detatch them
if I'm around by gently lifting them.

If I'm not around, my husband usually turns his back to a high dresser.
kitty usually detatches himself onto the dresser.

On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 08:41:56AM -0700, Jesse Bell wrote:
If you can reach the kitten's neck, gently pinch the skin at the back of
her neck, like the momma cat does when she carries them around. There is
a nerve or something there (when they are little) that creates an
instant de-claw and the body goes limp until you let go.
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