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Q: I got a new kitten a little over a month ago and...

August 31, 2008 | By Albert G. | 5 answers | Expired: 2138 days ago

Albert G.

My dad's cat Kidd has been sad and stressed out ever since. I bought BOwser(the new kitten) from a PetSmart adoption table. I was so excited to get a new cat and everything was okay at first. Then Kidd started acting sad and not eating as much. this makes everyone really sad.. I can't just get rid of my new kitten but I do not know that to do about Kidd. We are trying to keep Bowser away from Kidd as much as we can. Has this happened to anyone?

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Diane
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Aug 31, 2008

Eventually they will adjust to each other. Just give it a little time. There is no reason to get rid of your new kitty. Good luck. They'll be inseparable in no time.

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Anonymous
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Anonymous

Sep 01, 2008

Cats don't like changes in their routine, and a kitten can be quite a nuisance to an adult cat. If Kidd isn't trying to hurt the kitten you should let them interact more. Just let Kidd go at his own pace, my cats usually adjust faster if I leave them alone to get acquainted with a newcomer.

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Missprettyeyes
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Sep 01, 2008

Just give them time, also I read somewhere that if you take a damp cloth and wipe one cats face then rub it onto the other cats face and vice versa.Good luck:)

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