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Post  SammyR on Tue Sep 01, 2009 9:48 am

Does anyone have cats,and if they do, how can I get my cat used to a new one. I have an 8 year old cat (Cherry), and just taken in a refuge kitten (about 7mths) I may end up finding a home for the second cat or if Cherry gets used to the kitty I may keep it. So far Cherry is urinating around the house and and wanting ridiculousl amounts of attention. Is it true some cats won't tolerate others no matter what?
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Post  Crakan68 on Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:20 pm

Hmm possibly you could introduce the new cat slowly for a little bit of time each day, perhaps keeping them in seperate rooms until the established cat is happy to spend more time with the unestablished cat Laughing Sorry, but as you can see I am no cat expert, but I think that is what I would try.

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Post  SammyR on Wed Sep 02, 2009 10:32 pm

Crakan68 wrote:Hmm possibly you could introduce the new cat slowly for a little bit of time each day, perhaps keeping them in seperate rooms until the established cat is happy to spend more time with the unestablished cat Laughing Sorry, but as you can see I am no cat expert, but I think that is what I would try.

Thanks crackan yeah that seems to be the general advice. I'll keep little kitty in my room at night for now. Smile
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Post  Martin on Sun Sep 06, 2009 4:16 pm

I'm allergic to cats, mostly the short haired variety, i wonder is it possible for cats to be allergic to other cats ??? Wink
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