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One of our rescued kitties is in foster care, and he is very, very playful. He plays rough, and always wants to play, play bite, scratch gently, paws with the back paws. He was a complete angel in a foster home with no other cats, but he acted out in a home with a senior male cat which he did not get along with (he'd bite his neck and they'd tussle).
Is he doomed to be a solo cat?
If so, wouldn't it be too boring for him w/o a playmate with all that energy? Would he become more destructive without a friend?
Would a home with an equally playful cat work, or a home with a dog (he's not scared of anything and is very confident)?
Otherwise he's the sweetest boy- very social and confident.
I wonder if he was in a home w/an equally confident cat, they might fight? He cannot be with a cat that cannot keep up with him, it has caused the other cat health problems and caused her to hide and steer clear of him.
Thanks in advance,