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Taz freak out

mhardy12

Savannah Super Cat
#1
So a couple of days ago, Taz got startled really bad. He totally freaked out - jumped real high and furr standing on end. Since then he's been totally skittish, scared of everything. I've put him in the laundry room because he was basically staying under the dining room table, he wouldn't eat or go down to pee. Any suggestions on how to chill him out? I tried vanilla on the nose which I saw on another thread. Really didn't help. I'm thinking keep him in the laundry room until he's chilled out in there, the gradually let him into the rest of the house. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
 

mhardy12

Savannah Super Cat
#3
He was looking out the screen door in the basement and my husband ran by outside. Taz wasn't expecting it and totally lost it. Wasn't intentional, but he was scared out of his mind. Hopefully he'll calm down eventually and get back to the crazy fun cat we know and love.
 

admin

Paige
Staff member
#4
He was looking out the screen door in the basement and my husband ran by outside. Taz wasn't expecting it and totally lost it. Wasn't intentional, but he was scared out of his mind. Hopefully he'll calm down eventually and get back to the crazy fun cat we know and love.
I'm sure he will...just give him a little bit of time...see how it goes over the next couple of days...others might have better suggestions...