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Should I bring my cat to make friends?
My cat is a lovely and sweet 11 month year old girl. I took her in when she was 2 months, so most likely she doesn't have memory of other cats, nor has seen other animals. She doesn't even act cat-like sometimes lol!
She means the world to me. It has struck me that she maybe lacking some cat influence and is lonely as I go to work everyday and she stays at home with nothing to do. Sadly, I am not in a position to get another cat at the moment.
Would it be a good idea to bring her to visit my friend who has friendly cats to get some cat influence and have some fun? Or will they lash out at each other >_>