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introducing two kittens to one senior cat

terri echolsterri echols kalamazooMember Posts: 4,758
edited 4 December, 2007 in Choosing the Right Cat
we have furbabies on the way-two three month old orange furries, brother and sister. supposed to be affectionate and friendly to other cats and humans. now, i have intoduced kittens to cats, and cats to kittens. but never two at once...anyone have any tricks i can try? oh, not to rush anybody-but they arrive tomorrow morning at nine...:D


  • joy wampolejoy wampole Member Posts: 626
    edited 4 December, 2007
    Hi Churrah, actually having 2 of them come in together will be excellent, they can be each others playmate and not bother you so much. Tell your mom to put up her breakables, and if the kittys start to annoy you, have a safe zone, like a bedroom for you to hide out for an hour or two.
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