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Old September 26th 03, 03:38 AM
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Hi All,
I thought that I could pick your brains for ideas on how I can get my 12
year old female cat to accept a spayed 5 month old kitty. The kitten is
Pretty Girl (now known as Katie.). I have tried everything & Toma ( the 12
yr old.) won't even consider it. It's making me crazy! Any good ideas out
there?
Kathy K. ^..^
P.S.
Has anyone heard from Patch lately? I've been thinking of her & her
kitties. I tried to send her an e-mail & it came back to me.... :-(

http://showcase.netins.net/web/motherearthfathersky/



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Old September 26th 03, 09:05 PM
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Hi All,
I thought that I could pick your brains for ideas on how I can get my 12
year old female cat to accept a spayed 5 month old kitty. The kitten is
Pretty Girl (now known as Katie.). I have tried everything & Toma ( the 12
yr old.) won't even consider it. It's making me crazy! Any good ideas out
there?
Kathy K. ^..^
P.S.
Has anyone heard from Patch lately? I've been thinking of her & her
kitties. I tried to send her an e-mail & it came back to me.... :-(

http://showcase.netins.net/web/motherearthfathersky/




I adopted a blind cat (5 years old) several months ago and needed to bring
him together with my other cat (about 8-1/2 years old). This is not the
same as a kitten and an adult cat, but I would be happy to share my
experiences with you. I wrote a fairly lengthy note describing how I
approached this situation. If you want a copy, please send private email
and I will mail it to you.

MaryL
(take out the litter to reply)

Photos of Duffy and Holly (pictorial history of my blind cat Duffy's
integration into our household):
Duffy, Part I: The Introduction -- http://tinyurl.com/8y54
Duffy, Part II: Life at Home -- http://tinyurl.com/8y56


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Old September 26th 03, 09:05 PM
MaryL
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Hi All,
I thought that I could pick your brains for ideas on how I can get my 12
year old female cat to accept a spayed 5 month old kitty. The kitten is
Pretty Girl (now known as Katie.). I have tried everything & Toma ( the 12
yr old.) won't even consider it. It's making me crazy! Any good ideas out
there?
Kathy K. ^..^
P.S.
Has anyone heard from Patch lately? I've been thinking of her & her
kitties. I tried to send her an e-mail & it came back to me.... :-(

http://showcase.netins.net/web/motherearthfathersky/




I adopted a blind cat (5 years old) several months ago and needed to bring
him together with my other cat (about 8-1/2 years old). This is not the
same as a kitten and an adult cat, but I would be happy to share my
experiences with you. I wrote a fairly lengthy note describing how I
approached this situation. If you want a copy, please send private email
and I will mail it to you.

MaryL
(take out the litter to reply)

Photos of Duffy and Holly (pictorial history of my blind cat Duffy's
integration into our household):
Duffy, Part I: The Introduction -- http://tinyurl.com/8y54
Duffy, Part II: Life at Home -- http://tinyurl.com/8y56


 




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