|Purred: Thu Aug 29, '13 1:36pm PST |
|It's Stella. I got adopted as a a kitten while my mother, who was too feral to handle, stayed outside. I don't think either of us recognized the other as a relative after that. Cats are normally separated from their mothers and thereafter may have nothing to do with them. You have brought a sick strange cat into your new cat's home, and this is pretty normal reaction. Keep them separated and find out why momcat is in pain, poor thing. If you end up keeping momcat, then you will have to go through the introduction phase. Did momcat ever have any shots or worming when she was at the vet? A feral living outside can get infected with things that you don't want inside.
You can look on my page for a picture of me interacting with my Momcat after we were separated--through a screen door. To me she was just another of the outside cats by then. She disappeared the next year and we think she died.
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