The owner thought she was cruel, but the kitten was truly terrified of humans.
Katie was the owner of a cat shelter in Virginia. Terrified and frightened, Lucy was recently placed under her care. The cat continued to hiss at her. The foster mother considered her cruel, but the kitten was really afraid of people.
Cathy found the cat running and playing in the parking lot after receiving a message about it. So Katie and her friend went to the parking lot with traps and food. They finally got a baby after a couple of tries.
Both the foster mother and the cat were frightened and afraid of each other. Lucifer was the inspiration for her name. On the other hand, Lucy started to let Katie pet her after she started feeding her.
She was no longer afraid and began to play with her man. After three weeks she stopped hissing at her and calmed down as long as Katie touched her. After some investigation, Katie discovered that cats need to associate their owners with food in order to feel closer.
As a result, he began to feed her exclusively in the presence of Katie. As a result, hunger became an incentive for her to get used to her foster mother. Moreover, it gradually acclimatized her to human interaction.