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should i get olivia a friend?
Sorry for all the questions you guys. I just really don't want my moving decision to have any negative impact on my little girl. Olivia is use to being with other cats. So i am wondering if i should get her a buddy? I'm just concerned as to how she will react to being alone when i am at class or work. Would it be better to get a new cat and introduce them at the same time to the new home or to let olivia get comfortable with the new place then get a new cat?
I plan on getting a younger male if it is possible, cause i've heard that its better to get the opposite sex and one that is younger. is that right?