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Old January 16th, 2013, 10:56 AM
pattymac pattymac is offline
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I have 4 and have never had too many issues bringing in a new cat. Noella, my youngest, is a rescue and has 3 older 'brothers' I kept her seperated until she had a check-up and shots. I picked her up off the street, so didn't know if she had any health problems. I think a kitten would be easier to bring in, her brothers had no problems accepting her but she was a real pita when she went into her first heat, she has been spayed!! I can't see how anyone could put up with a female cat in heat!! The foster idea is a great idea. With my other 2 cats, I just keep them seperated for the first while and then short supervised visits, gradually getting longer until everyone was comfortable. I think kittens can get away with a certain amount, kinda like puppies do when they're young.
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