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|Comment||Hi Kate Many many Thanks for your words of re-assurance. Now you have explained it, it all makes so much sense. So I have decided that I will lock the cat flap on 'in only' and will catch her so the vet can have a look at her wound. I will also get some feliway while I am there as this may help to calm her. I did not think to keep her in all the time because I always like them to feel free and not trapped. But maybe this is a case of tough love for her own good. She just seems so frightened of absolutely everything poor love. Again Many Thanks, you are an angel and your advice seems so logical now. Regards, Jan|
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