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Thanks so much for your help! I will definitely place Tabitha's food by her chair "safe spot". [She did eat 3 treats a few minutes ago, but Bobby still did not take the food that I offered.] I have cared for both cats since they were kittens, so know that they are up to date on mediciations and have been spayed and neutered; no problems there. Both cats are use to eating dry with fancy feast "topping", but Bobby still refused this. [He doesn't care for treats, so that is not an option.] I do hope you are correct, that they will adjust - I very much want to give them a good, safe "inside" home. I may need to return for more advice if they do not eat tomorrow. Thanks, again.
That is so great that they are already spayed and neutered! You've been taking good care of them then : )That is a positive sign that she at least ate 3 treats and although Bobby has not eaten yet, the fact that he seems more comfortable is definitely a good sign. He may just be too preoccupied with everything right now to eat heh. I feel that if you were to put them back out for one reason or another and tried to bring them back in again another time, you will probably still end up with this exact same situation. Until they get over their fear of being inside and get used to the environment, I think they will react in this same way....so I definitely hope for their sake that they hurry up and get used to their new and better environment : )You're welcome and this question will certainly stay open for awhile even after you rate so you can continue to ask further advice about this and give me updates