my cat and new kitten

by Heather

I have had a cat for a few years now her name is lulu she is soooo nice the best behaving cat ever but now we have just gotten a new kitten her name is tinkerbell and we saved her she is reaching the age of 1 month but everytime I bring her around lulu, lulu hisses and growls how do I get them used to each other ?

Answer by Kate
please see my page about introducing cats to each other here

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going through the same
by: Anonymous

We are going through the same thing. What I have been doing is letting the kitten Princess make the moves, Felix is not happy about the new kitten and willl hiss and growl when Princess comes into the bed room. Felix now comes up on the bed a night when we go to bed to get her pats and attention. It is also a sitituation that I believe is part show in the case of Felix, as I have come home and found felix sleeping on one end of the bed and Princess on the other. I am sure Felix still wants her own space and as the attention is being divided between them and we make sure that there is cat food down and Princess kitten milk and kitten food are not in the same place. Princess came to us much to early as the owners just wanted to get rid of her so we took her in, and are raising her. I have done this with Felix, my other cat that Felix gets along with Fluffy, and now Princess. Fluffy and Princess get along greatly they play etc. I believe felix will come around just as your cat with.

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