Tips to get cats of various ages to get along

BJ Bangs

BJ Bangs is an award-winning journalist, photographer, and communication profession who is an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including visiting cool cat events and writing about them.

8 Responses

  1. Mary McNeil says:

    Good post ! And good for you for sticking with Clyde and accomodating his needs instead of getting discouraged !

  2. Ellen Pilch says:

    When we first got Brody earlier this year, he would chase all the other cats because he wanted to play. I ended up giving him a bedtime and securing him in the upstairs bathroom. Now he is much better so he doesn’t have a bedtime, but he gets a squirt with the spray bottle at least once a day.
    I wish I had some other tips, but that is all that seemed to help.

  3. Thankfully for us Savvy was only about 6 when 17 month old Sage came to live in Savannah’s castle home. Savannah did run sometimes. But more often held her ground, hissed, growled and swatted the impulsive kid. Sage was also not dominate at all. She just wanted to play. Cats not adjusting to other cats is a primary reason for an adopted cat being returned. Great post

  4. Wow. I wish I had this when I adopted Bear 10 years ago. He was still a kitten and I had a 15 year old cat. Things didn’t go well!

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