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Old March 11th 04, 09:18 PM
kelly andgary
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I've had a cat for some four years now. Recently I introduced into our
home a 6 month old kitten.

As a given....he is full of energy and likes to play. The older feline
is game a lot of the time but there are times she is clearly annoyed and
becomes angry. Wanting no part of his youthful wrestling and biting
(etc). she hisses and growls but the youngster remains undaunted. Many
is the time I've seen her tearing through our home, the little one hot
on her tail (and loving it).

If it were the other way around, I could figure it out, but what I'm
asking your help about is:

how can I make some linda place (a refuge) where the big cat can get
away from the little cat when she's dead serious about not playing.

Thanks,

Kelly

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Old March 11th 04, 09:31 PM
Karen
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"kelly andgary" wrote in message
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I've had a cat for some four years now. Recently I introduced into our
home a 6 month old kitten.

As a given....he is full of energy and likes to play. The older feline
is game a lot of the time but there are times she is clearly annoyed and
becomes angry. Wanting no part of his youthful wrestling and biting
(etc). she hisses and growls but the youngster remains undaunted. Many
is the time I've seen her tearing through our home, the little one hot
on her tail (and loving it).

If it were the other way around, I could figure it out, but what I'm
asking your help about is:

how can I make some linda place (a refuge) where the big cat can get
away from the little cat when she's dead serious about not playing.

Thanks,

Kelly

I'd make a place to put the little one for time out and let Linda stay out.

Karen


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Old March 11th 04, 09:31 PM
Karen
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"kelly andgary" wrote in message
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I've had a cat for some four years now. Recently I introduced into our
home a 6 month old kitten.

As a given....he is full of energy and likes to play. The older feline
is game a lot of the time but there are times she is clearly annoyed and
becomes angry. Wanting no part of his youthful wrestling and biting
(etc). she hisses and growls but the youngster remains undaunted. Many
is the time I've seen her tearing through our home, the little one hot
on her tail (and loving it).

If it were the other way around, I could figure it out, but what I'm
asking your help about is:

how can I make some linda place (a refuge) where the big cat can get
away from the little cat when she's dead serious about not playing.

Thanks,

Kelly

I'd make a place to put the little one for time out and let Linda stay out.

Karen


 




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