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Saved my itty bitty Kitty-Kins from a fight

I left the door cracked so she could go in and out, she likes to go catch bugs when it’s dark. I heard these cat’s growling and hissing so I ran outside and there was this huge orange cat in attack mode coming right at her. Poor thing had her hair all standing up trying to look as big as she could, but she’s just so petite. He would have hurt her. Anyway, when I flung open the door he ran off.

She ran in the house, still all puffed up and I pet her for a bit till she calmed back down, poor Sweetie Kitty-Kins. Now she doesn’t want to go outside.

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Your such a great kitty mom…

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We have to look after our little ones. lol

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I want a kitty friend too lol

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Oh, let me tell you something, if you can swing it I highly recommend it. They bring so much joy. Like the first or second night I had her and we went to bed, she came up to me in the bed and I was petting her and she licked my face. I’ve never had a cat do that before. It was like a kiss or something, it made me lol.

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When I start working in the States, I might have alott of alone time, so I’m thinking I want to be with a kitty friend, but not sure in all reality if I would have enough time to take care… if I’m out of the house half of the day

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I think an adult cat does perfectly fine alone all day. They sleep a lot.

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Poor kitty. I’m glad she’s okay.

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yea, she just got scared. But she got over it, she’s back outside already.

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Good job, Mommy!

The average lifespan for a cat allowed outdoors is 5 years. But it’s like 15 years for indoor cats.

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It’s probably safer to have your cat be an indoor cat. Less likely to get lost, be injured, or to pick up fleas.

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I thought I was going to read that you got scratched all to heck if you tried to pick Sweetie up to separate them. Luckily that isn’t the case.

Good job cat-mom.

:heart_eyes_cat:

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no, she was thankful she didn’t get beat up. she was rubbing all over me, happy.

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One of my kitties has the runs pretty bad. I’ve been keeping the litter box scooped but I think it’s Charles. He’s very lethargic and just laying on his bed at the end of the hallway.

We cat slaves keep an eye out for our Kitty-Kins huh? :innocent:

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Oh no! I hope he’s gonna be ok. When I transitioned her food I think I did it too quickly and she was a little loose stooled, it makes you worry.

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I think you lucked out and landed a cat with a golden personality. My childhood cat was like that. Very loving and good with humans. The cat we rescued after that was much more of a farm-cat type, stays away from human touch but likes to sit nearby. No offense to Chloe but she’s not quite the joy that our first cat was, not to me at least. I still love her though.

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Kitty-Kins has her moments, she’s not always receptive to cuddles, she’s moody, she’s like me actually. She gets it in her head that it’s time to go get bugs and that’s the mode she’s in, she gets it in her head it’s time to play then that’s her mode. Then when she’s ready to be loved she let’s me know I must drop everything to please her, lol. She’s kind of a typical young cat I would say. I like that she doesn’t seem to have any bad habits really. Except I’m trying to break her from scratching my chair.

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Glad you prevented a potential injury leafy!

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Spray bottle. No nose bopping.

My Charles will scratch outside my room on a piece of wood even though there is a scratching post nearby that he doesn’t use. I think cats need something super solid and that will actually file their nails. I bet the fuzzy material on scratching posts catches their claws too much.

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She loves the sisal scratching posts, she uses them constantly. She also uses the chair if she happens to be walking by it. She listens to no though. She’s pretty smart.

Last night I turned off the light and she jumped off the bed and ran into the front room, a few minutes later I heard a crashing sound. So I got up and to see what crashed, but I couldn’t tell. she came running over to me. I said, what did you do? And she ran over to a shelf where she had knocked over a frame and a bottle. So she admitted her guilt. I fixed it and pet her for showing me. I thought that was pretty cute.

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