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Thread: Questions on dealing with no kill shelters

  1. #16
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    I really think you should go meet Apricot Rose.
    They posted some new photos of her on the link you posted at the beginning of this thread and she is so cute snuggled up on a bed with a bunch of stuffed animals!
    It also says she really loves people and really wants to live with another cat, I think she would be a very loving cat to add to your family.
    RIP sweet Samantha

    Milly & Izzy

  2. #17
    Join Date
    Apr 2001
    South Hero Vermont

    The FEMALE thing

    I tend to agree about female cats being bossy, at best. BUT, my Lucy is about as laid back as any one cat can be. She isn't bothered by anything or anyone. There are exceptions to the rule, of course. I hope Apricot Rose might be that exception. I just fell in love with her immediately. Of course, your heart will guide you through this event. Good luck.

  3. #18
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    Litter Box, Greenville, SC
    Quote Originally Posted by krazyaboutkatz View Post
    I also agree that male cats seem to do better in multiple cat homes. Both of my females are very bossy and territorial and they only accept Sky now. They won't accept any of their younger brothers. I would recommend another orange male because they tend to be very laid back and easy going. Good luck.
    Unless your name is Sam, then you are a bossy, only cat, orange cat that likes humans only. Bob is a laid back orange cat. Jane likes and plays with my males. She's bossy only with the other females. Interesting.

    So keep our observations in mind, but visit Apricot Rose and observe how she interacts with the shelter cats. That should tell you the most.

    Good luck
    Meowmie to Mr. Spunky, Lady Jane, Bob, Callie, Kimi, and fosters Lucy Lou and HRH Oliver Woodrow von Katz.

    I've been Boo'd ... right off the stage!

    RIP Samwise (Dec 2, 2014), Emily (Oct 8, 2013), Rose (Sept 24, 2001), Maggie (Fall 2003)


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