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Re: cat news


You might suggest that your friend try adding more litterboxes. I was told, 1 per cat plus 1 extra. It seems to work, even though I trip over them. Location seems to matter, too. The more private ones are used more.

There's also Feliway, which is supposed to make cats be more calm. Did someone on this list mention using it? I've forgotten where I heard about it first. I know that a lot of people on the Cats Forum use it.

Cat introductions aren't easy. E.T. cost us several screens and the screen door from trying to get at the other cats when they were on the screened porch. After 4 months of trying to make introductions that way, we finally got harnesses for everyone and kept the squirt bottles handy. We knew we had to get him inside and acclimated before I went to Portland or run the risk of him crossing the street again and getting run over. No choice! And just as we were settling that dustup, the kitten arrived. I feel like I'm a juggler in the circus.

The kitten spent his first night out of the crate last night, sleeping on our bed with E.T. on one side, Diesel on the other, and the kitten mostly on my chest, purring away.


----- Original Message ----- From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@comcast.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, October 24, 2008 6:16 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] cat news

I really give you credit for going the extra mile for your pets. I've just received another email from a friend who says her son has to get rid of their younger cat because the older one doesn't like it, so it's not using its box. I do realize behavioral problems are a pain, but most of the time they can be worked through. Too many people think pets are disposable.

neIN, Zone 5

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