We have a spayed female cat who hasn't been around other cats since she was eight weeks old. We just got adopted by a stray who must have been a house cat at one time. This second cat is afraid of our regular cat. Our cat doesn't know how to make friends with the visitor. The visiting kitty is not going to be permanent - we're going to fatten her up, have the vet check her out, get her spayed, then find a forever home for her.
How do I teach two cats who want to be friends but don't know how to do it, like each other?
Answer by ObbyDobbie at 2:41 PM on Jan. 3, 2010
Answer by calliesmommie at 2:53 PM on Jan. 3, 2010
These two cats should not come in contact with each other especially if the stray has not been checked by a vet yet. Whenever you bring a new cat into the home whether they are permanent or fosters you should have the cat secluded until it adjusts to the new surroundings and has been tested for feline aids and leukemia. Once the cat has been tested you should take whatever it has been sleeping on bed or towel and take to your cats space and vice versa so that they get used to the others scent. then you can introduce them.
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