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How to introduce cat to other pets: Dog, Rabbit, Cat


Open-minded and sociable house cat seeks flatmate!”.

A cat living together with other pets in a big patchwork family – Is that really possible or does this automatically lead to stressful situations?

A kitten is socialised as of the 4th week of its life. This usually happens together with their siblings, “single kittens” are merely the exception. During this period, they learn everything about feline social behaviour and are educated by both their mum and their siblings. If a cat has grown up in that kind of species-appropriate environment, it will still go hunting alone – but for the rest of the time it will happily engage with others. In that regard, cats are very sociable animals! They love the physical contact with other cats, they clean each other and play together – also, relaxing is far more enjoyable together than alone! 

Making your home cat-friendly | Cats Best

What does a cat-friendly home look like?

cat-friendly home – yes, there is such a thing – or is that a contradiction in itself?

Our house cats are part of the feline family. Its larger relatives are cheetahs, lions and tigers – predators, and pretty wild at that!

Those who observe cats in the wild will notice this relationship straight away. Roaming through meadows and woods, embarking on unknown paths and discovering secrets – this is the intrinsic nature of cats; when the sun peeks through the trees, with something crackling here, something scurrying over there and the hunting grounds unfolding enticingly ahead. What cat could resist?

How do you get a shy cat to trust you | Nervous Cat | Cat Anxiety

Do you have an anxious cat and want it to become more trusting? 

Well, first things first: You are not alone the issue you are facing is not unusual!

Many cats are shy or nervous and react anxiously in certain situations.

The typical signs of signs of stress in cats are:

shock-induced paralysis
cowering position
tail flat alongside or underneath the body
tail bushy and a tad bent
ruffled fur, standing on end
wide opened eyes
widened pupils
flat, bent ears
rapid breathing
release of urine or faeces

Free Roaming Cats: What to Do — Cats Best

Roaming cat or house cat?

People who plan or are obliged to move house a lot, if they want to have a cat as a pet, should decide to opt for a cat who stays at home.

Roaming or House cat

This is because basically cats do not cope well with a change of place. Outdoor cats frequently return to their original home territory, even if it is quite a few miles away from their new home.

How to Keep Your Cat Safe During the Holidays | Cat’s Best

It’s the holidays coming up –
What about the cat?

When the cat stays at home, it often means a whole lot of head-scratching for cat owners. What are we going to do about the resident mog, when we take off for a well-deserved break? Above all at this time of year, with the summer half term holidays coming up, this is frequently a burning issue.


One possible option is to put your pet into a cattery. Here you need to be sure that the premises are suitably furnished for cats, and that the people running it can handle individual requirements – special diets, food allergies, not being able to get on with other cats and so on. Cleanliness and good ventilation are of course a must. 

Getting a kitten, The essential guide – Cat’s Best

There ought to be strong warnings in place against kittens!

You only need to pick up that fuzzy ball of fur once – maybe it fits perfectly on your outstretched hand. The tiny kitty is as soft and as light as a feather, and fluffier than anything you have ever known; when the little fellow blinks at you with those bright, over-sized eyes and lets out a penetrating “miaoooow” you have already lost.

Congratulations! You have just decided to share your life with a cat!