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29 June 2006

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Introducing a new kit into the bloc: How To Avoid the "Wham! Bam! Hissy-Fits" Syndrome

Getting a cat to settle down into your home isn't an exact science. There's a few things to consider, and these are mainly based on whether you're getting another cat or just starting out with your first kitty. Some good pieces of advice: - How to Introduce Your New Cat to the Rest of the Tribe "Slowly" and "Patiently" are the operative words - Tips For Introducing A New Cat To Your Cat(s) - LIVING TOGETHER - INTRODUCING A NEW CAT (very good in-depth look at the Dos and Dont's) - More Practical Tips and Considerations: Welcoming A Cat Into Your Home, Making Room for A New Cat Remember though, that you'll need to work with your cat(s), and consider their comfort level and tolerance threshold. For example, aTm, a cat rescued by vegancatsg, was adopted 3 times before he found his permanent home, and that was because his real family gave him the allowance to settle down on his schedule and terms. In any case, please also think about you situation and consider: How Many Cats is Too Many? c Go to Pawprints: TLC for other cat minon requisite education

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