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The Demon under the Bed -- acclimating your new SV to your home

WitchyWoman

Admin
Staff member
Some of the most frequent questions we get at SVcatchat are about acclimating a scared or unconfident or not properly socialized SV to its new home. The attached provides beginning steps for establishing a trusting relationship with your SV. Use it as a guide and continue asking questions and seeking advice on the forum. There are many people here who have used these tips 'n tricks to great success.
 

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adamcrssmn

Guest
2 things:
a. AWESOME guide for bringing a new SV into your home!!! This will be going into my "So you want to buy a Savannah from me" introductory packet.

b. Best thread title I've seen in a while!!! Well done. ;)
 
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DocMac

Guest
Thanks so much, Deborah! I will give it out with every kitten.
 

Lesley

Site Supporter
Our little guy freaks out when we leave his quarantine room. Yowls and is frantic. How do you get through it? He has all manner of safe toys and is perfectly fine with us in the room. He is well socialized and completely unafraid of us. Very playful but highly distraught when alone. He is not used to it. Afraid I may have to sleep in here....suggestions?


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WitchyWoman

Admin
Staff member
Our little guy freaks out when we leave his quarantine room. Yowls and is frantic. How do you get through it? He has all manner of safe toys and is perfectly fine with us in the room. He is well socialized and completely unafraid of us. Very playful but highly distraught when alone. He is not used to it. Afraid I may have to sleep in here....suggestions?


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You can try putting a radio or TV in the room and leave it on when you're not in there.
 
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