Congrats @wfooshee! What I also like to do with new animals is leave an article of clothing in the bed of the new pet, typically something you've already worn like a shirt, that hopefully isn't too "used" hahaha. If you're keeping a segregated litter box for the little new addition to the family, mixing some litter from the existing cats litter could help with getting the little one a more familiar scent.Congratulations on the new addition!
Slow introduction is by far the best way to go.
Give Chipsie a break every now and then by putting Mazzie in a room or isolate them somehow.
I’ve been a vet tech for 20 years working in a feline only medical clinic. If you ever have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to ask.
*call your vet for any emergencies *
She’s a beauty!
Sounds like you just want a new grill (and steak to go with it)!Well we are terrible dog parents because we completely missed one of our dog's tenth birthday earlier this week. Mr. Scout is now ten years old and we will have to give him part of a steak soon to make up for it (may have to wait until we get a replacement grill).View attachment 1246113
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My little Doll came home for a bit recently. We spent some time lazing together and inspecting the indoor plants for their drinking water content.I miss my tortoise shell, Dolly, she’s been away for weeks and is either happily moved in with someone else in the neighbourhood or is dead. Hopefully the former.
We have a cat on our street called Frank who lives at about 4 houses. In the summer he’s mostly out and about he territory but winter he finds some places to get warm.My little Doll came home for a bit recently. We spent some time lazing together and inspecting the indoor plants for their drinking water content.
She’s gone again now. Maybe I’ll see her next weekend.