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Old 12-26-2018, 08:50 PM   #29
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I know a lot of people have more than one cat but it doesn't always work out. Introductions need to be slow and take time. My daughter had two cats that never liked each other. One stayed upstairs, one downstairs, and they never interacted. I knew one person that got a second cat and the first one stopped using the litter box and went all over the house. Good luck with your new companion.
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By the pictures, you have a new boss. I suspect she'll be pretty mellow, though!
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Old 12-27-2018, 09:18 AM   #31
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By the pictures, you have a new boss. I suspect she'll be pretty mellow, though!
She is starting to feel like she owns the place now that she has been here almost 2 weeks.

She is a sweetheart though. Think I got lucky and made the right choice by accident. All the cats I've adopted over the years with their differing personalities had made me shy away from the idea when I went full time RV'ing but Cat-with-no-name seems nearly fully adapted to RV life from the get-go. Saves lots of furniture and curtains. Benefit of getting an older cat I guess.
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We have lived with two to 14 cats for 61 years. For 20 years we breed and showed Siamese cats. Along the way a colleague gave us a blue, female Abyssinian. As the Siamese queens died, we replace them with Abbys. When we bought our first coach 21 years ago, the three Abby girls (ages 11, 13 and 17) took to traveling very easily. We currently have three Abby girls (our 8,9 and 10 Abbys). Every Abby has walked on a leash. Our 12 lb, 5 year old, blue Abby (Karma Lilly Blue of Red Fern) demands to be walked on sunny days. Abbys always provide cat help even when it is not wanted. Abbys are active at least 8 hours a day and can easily just to 5 foot heights. The reason for a pure-bred cat is you know the cat's personality before you buy.
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