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Old 09-29-2013, 10:46 AM
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Default Introductions yet?

Our foster kittens are barricaded in our bathroom. We have a box of blinds in front of the door (the babies are small enough to squeeze under it) with the Kitty litter container pushed against it.
Every time we open the door Penny tries to run out. Several escape attempts have been made. When I go in I have to push her back, Gracie looks in but stays back until the door is closed. When I get inside the bathroom I have to put something in front of the door so Penny will not get out. Gracie lays on the other side, sometimes whining. The other day Penny was looking under the door at Gracie.
When Gracie hears them playing she sits in front of the door, occasionally crying.
Several times we have caught Gracie trying to move the blind and Kitty litter from in front of the door.
This morning while I was getting dressed Maggie (my ten year old) hollers. I run in to my bedroom to find Resa in Gracie's crate. I take Gracie outside. Gracie had moved the barricade. She didn't bark at them, just stood in front of the crate looking. Although that could be because Resa was puffed up. Penny was under the bed.
Should we try introductions yet or move them to the girls' bedroom (more easily secured and easier to keep an eye on)? Resa is scared of Gracie but Penny is very curious about her.
Gracie hasn't barked or growled any just whining, crying and trying to let them out of the bathroom.
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