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Cat tl slammed in door

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Cat tl slammed in door

I'm a new member here. I don't know whether this is the right place to ask for help. My cat has a tl in the door. She has done this before, but I've never noticed it was a tl.

When I come home, the door of the kitchen is usually closed and the cat is inside. When I open the door, the tl is in the r and she is in a defensive position, as if I've done something to her. The tl is strght up in the r (almost perpendicular to the floor). Usually it has a white tip. When I go in to the living room and close the door to the kitchen, she usually comes running out to greet me. I've never noticed it before, but I'd like to be able to prevent her from doing this.

I've posted the picture that is attached. Can you tell what the tl looks like?

I would look at the door and it's latch (which was the most likely point for her tl to be knocked out). Do you have a large heavy door? (like those metal roll-up doors that go over truck beds and cars) Are the edges sharp? Are they sharp enough that if a cat's tl gets caught on them it would leave a nasty scar? If you have sharp edges I would keep the cat inside until a vet can get there to examine her.

I'm guessing that she doesn't have a good feeling about that door so I'd look at the latch. You could try leaving the door open and letting her out when you first get home, see if that works. Good luck!

You could try removing the latch and leaving the door open. The door is pretty well sealed so that shouldn't let her out. If that doesn't work you can get a door that has a cat flap and use a small screen. Just make sure that it's a screen and not a wire mesh. Wire mesh screens usually don't work because they are very easy for them to get under and they will pull themselves out.

I would get a cat flapper. They are like screens but they can open in a few different ways. I don't know how they work but my mom has one that doesn't have the big flap.

I would look at the door and it's latch (which was the most likely point for her tl to be knocked out). Do you have a large heavy door? (like those metal roll-up doors that go over truck beds and cars) Are the edges sharp? Are they sharp enough that if a cat's tl gets caught on them it would leave a nasty scar? If you have sharp edges I would keep the cat inside until a vet can get there to examine her.

I'm guessing that she doesn't have a good feeling about that door so I'd look at the latch. You could try leaving the door open and letting her out when you first get home, see if that works. Good luck!

You could try removing the latch and leaving the door open. The door is pretty well sealed so that shouldn't let her out. If that doesn't work you can get a door that has a cat flap and use a small screen. Just make sure that it's a screen and not a wire mesh. Wire mesh screens usually don't work because they are very easy for them to get under and they will pull themselves out.

I would get a cat flapper. They are like screens but they can open in a few different ways. I don't know how they work but my mom has one that doesn't have the big flap.

You might want to consider buying a cat flap that's not a wire mesh as well. I have a wire mesh flap that works just fine but I would never put a cat through the hassle of getting caught in it. Wire mesh, with the sharp edges, are also extremely pnful for cats. I'd take a wire mesh flap off of a cat's butt.

I would look at the door and it's latch (which was the most likely point for her tl to be knocked out). Do you have a large heavy door? (like those metal roll-up doors that go over truck beds and cars) Are the edges sharp? Are they sharp enough that if a cat's tl gets caught on them it would leave a nasty scar? If you have sharp edges I would keep the cat inside until a vet can get there to examine her.

I'm guessing that she doesn't have a good feeling about that door so I'd look at the latch. You could try leaving the door open and letting her out when you first get home, see if that works. Good luck!

I think that she feels that you are a threat and that you may grab her tl. She is also concerned about food in the door. In my cat room, we use the door to put out food and water, so it isn't a concern.

You could try removing the latch and leaving the door open. The door is pretty well sealed so that shouldn't let her out. If that doesn't work you can get a door that has a cat flap and use a small screen. Just make sure that it's a screen and not a wire mesh. Wire mesh screens usually don't work because they are very easy for them to get under and they will pull themselves out.

I would get a cat flapper. They are like screens but they can open in a few different ways. I don't know how they work but my mom has one that doesn't have the big flap.

You might want to consider buying a cat flap that's not a wire mesh as well. I have a wire mesh flap that works just fine but I would never put a cat through the hassle of getting caught in it. Wire mesh, with the sharp edges, are also extremely pnful for cats. I'd take a wire mesh flap off of a cat's butt.

The door is about 15-20 inches tall. She's very, very thin.

I would get a cat flap that's not a wire mesh. Wire mesh, with the sharp edges, are also extremely pnful for cats. I'd take a wire mesh flap


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