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Kitten jealous and aggresive

I got a kitten at a temple in Bangkok, she was under 1kg., big chunk bitten out of her leg, and a chopped off tail. I nursed her and brought her back to the states. She is now fixed and healthy fatter and it turns out she is a dwarf manx mix. The problem I have another cat that must be in her area. this poor cat was abandoned in my apartment building and she was pregnant. one of my friends helped her and the kittens. then he had to go away so I took her to the spca to find a home for her. No one came for her and so after a month I came and got her and the thai cat(another rescue from thailand) had to live together. the thai cat would go after her a lot, but sometimes they would sleep peacefully together. That cat died and now the cat is huge, she ate and ate and she looks like a norwegian forest cat. This little kitten jumps on her and bites the back of her neck and rides her like a horse and chases her around. This behavior is probably what caused one of the cats in Bangkok to take a chunk out of her. what can I give the little one to stop her jealousy and aggression. The big one is starting to grown and is limping from being bitten in the back leg. I don't want to give the dwarf kitten up. and I do separate them as much as possible, but I also have 2 other cats in this house that are feral and very viscious. Does anyone have any idea of a homeopathic remedy for the little one. Also, in the kitchen is another feral and she needs something to calm her down so I can try to get her to integrate with these cats. Last time the owner brought her in a room with another cat, she pounced on it and had the poor cats head in her mouth like she was going to crush it's skull. I have been working with her and although she attacks me sometimes, she now will let me pick her up and we built a window in the door separating the kitchen and the room with the kitten and the other cat. So, she can see that there are other cats and maybe get an idea that she would like to have friends. Any ideas thank you catnip
  catnip on 2007-08-22
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The little dwarf cat is Baby cakes, the big one that was previously abandoned is Heidi. The feral in the kitchen is Midnight. The other thai cat that attacked poor Heidi before is now in heaven. I hope this helps.catnip
catnip last decade
It is also possible that Baby cakes is a reincarnation of Blossom the first thai cat, that as you will recall went after Heidi also, but also cuddled up with her. Heidi is still limping from Blossoms bites to her back legs. I had brought Blossoms ashes from the states to this temple (that I had gone to 16 years earlier)for funeral prayers. This is the same temple where I took Blossoms father to stay when I left Bangkok that many years ago. According to the animal communicator my veterinarian referred me to Blossom had lessons to learn in her life and sadly I don't think she did, when the prayers were being said over her ashed baby cakes was sitting on my shoulders, our first meeting, then she sat on my lap for an hour, and the monk said that maybe she was a reincarnation of Blossom. I asked God and a white feather came floating toward me and a purple butterfly came and stayed with us, so I took baby cakes with me and became her mother. and I also pay for the 30 cats or so that live with this poor mon to eat and for the dogs also. it does not cost much. But, perhaps the horseback riding on heidi is from a reincarnation memory. thank you catnip
catnip last decade

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