Discussion in 'Pets & Animals' started by AngelMoo, Nov 9, 2006.
So, No.2 recently made her debut into the world. She's near 8 weeks now. The Bengal seems to like her.
The Bengal and the baby...
Indeed - you need to provide a larger kitty bed attachment, human!
It's been a while, and the boys look extra cute today...
Haha. Some great photos posted recently. The colder weather is definitely bringing out the cute factor in our two as well.
So... anyone tried attaching a mini-camera to their cat's back and seeing where she/he goes at night? lol. Nushka's getting outside, somehow, at night, and we cant for the life of us work out how, was thinking about putting a harness on her with a mini camera epoxied to it and seeing where she's going
Anyone tried similar? I imagine she's going to hate me if I try lol
There was a BBC doco where they did this to a whole heap of cats. Also GPS.
Can't remember the details offhand but they did it on a BBC show within the past few years.
We're fostering this young fella for a while . He's a cutie
Looking through this thread again!
Our two again mid wash:
What is it with cats and cardboard boxes?
My rescue cat has turned into cloud computing. Just when I thought she couldn't get fluffier...
And geez does she love a brush!!!
is gorgeous. What's her name?
Tinkerbelle. Tempted to get her a play mate, she appears to be highly social and loving.
It dawned on me that Viggo turned 14 this year, and Aspen (she looks remarkably similar to Gizmo), is about 10.
So worry not, lots of life in that kitty yet!
Do it. Two cats, oddly, is less trouble than one.
I would do a test first. Some cats find other cats in their territory to be a real challenge. Especially some adult cats used to living alone. They can literally want to kill an intruder. Can sometimes be trained around (see Jackson Galaxy shows etc) but takes time and work.
Was she in with other cats at the rescue? It can be a bit of a crapshoot as to how it works out. My latest cat never really chummed up with the other 2, but is purry and smoochy to me. Now my old girls have both died she'll probably be as happy as larry to be on her own (although with a crazy cat lady for an owner, she shouldn't get too comfortable that some other cat orphan won't move in).
Yup, I'm speaking with the local cat shelter minder, and she's happy for me to trial a kitty to see how it goes.
Unfortunately I can't tell if Tinks meow is saying "Build me a cat run!" or "Get me a play mate!"
It's ALWAYS "get me some dinner!", but you should get started on the run, you'll need it for your new cat.