Liza came back upstairs after three weeks of testing. All test for ringworm were negative.
When I visited her, Liza came out from her cage and was about to enjoy her time.
But the volunteer P didn’t want Liza out because that time was her working time for making other cats exercise. P asked me to hold Liza and to move to an interview room. I didn’t understand her asking because Liza got along with other cats well. While I was hesitating to hold Liza, she grabbed Liza’s neck without noticing Liza’s shrinking. Liza screamed out , went back to her cage and never came out today. After a while, P said sorry to Liza, but Liza was already nervous. I realized that I chose a wrong time.
While I was sitting in front of Liza’s cage and was talking with her, a person came into the room and P talked with the person. While chatting, she t0ld the person that Liza was a trouble/problem cat. I had seen it before that she had said words like to people including new/old volunteers. But I didn’t imagine she was still doing it. And she also did not give Liza good words and complained about Liza’s behavior toward people. I was really worried that her judgement on Liza would give a bad influence to others.
Liza is not a problem cat. She is just a sensitive and shy cat.
And She had unhappy time for three weeks.
Why did the lady mark Liza as a bad cat?
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