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Your best bet is going to be contacting local shelters, SPCA's or purchasing a humane trap. The idea here will be to lure her into the trap with food and once caught she can be released back into your home. This method is used quite often when cats lose their way outside or need to be relocated to a new area.
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Not without an examination. Even then, it takes hours for them to be fully effective to a point where you might be able to catch her by hand. What's worse is if you don't. She then cannot protect herself.If you will tell me more about your procedure with the trap, I'll be happy to help you trouble shoot your concern. I have been trapping cats for well over 15 years and have yet to meet one I haven't been able to lure into a trap.
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