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A new kitty and a new baby??

Tami WilliamsTami Williams Coral SpringsMember Posts: 3
edited 25 June, 2007 in Cat Health
Hello, I\'m kinda new here. Mommy and Daddy are thinking about bringing home a new kitty next month and about trying for a baby in August. Mommy is really worried about how I\'m going to react. Any suggestions or words of encouragement would be greatly appreciated to help set mommies mind at ease.

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  • Nancy GraceNancy Grace near Ft. WorthMember Posts: 104
    edited 25 June, 2007
    A good obgyn will not want mommy to change the cat box at all. If Daddy will be 100% responsible for the box from the time you start trying for a human baby until 6 wks after the baby comes home (washing his hands afterwards as well) then go for it! Kittens and babies are wonderful miracles!
  • Melissa FordMelissa Ford Santa CruzMember Posts: 3,914
    edited 25 June, 2007
    It really depends on the type of kitty you are. Having a new child in the house is stressful enough without adding a kitten to the mix. I know if mom brought a new kitty home when she also had the human baby, I would've never come out of hiding. Personally I would stick with one new addition at a time. you are inevitably going to get less attention when the human arrives, but you certainly do not want even less attention because there is a new kitten around. Just my 2 cents!
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