The cat that came with the house got attached to 2 of the house mates, one has left and I'm about to go. When the cat sa
White generic looking cat, no quirky features, just picture perfect text book
Probably 8-9 years old
Had a boisterous family and then had 4 independent adult house mates seeming more appropriate for his personality.
Loves company best, affection on his own terms and only sometimes can be picked up or actually cuddled in an embrace.
I flea him monthly and worm every 3 months.
I am constantly feeling preoccupying pity for him, is that him or me?
When I leave I am tempted to take him so he gets more sensitive and constant love and affection though I'm having a baby but he could stay here in a more familiar environment with his original family where he knows good ways in and out the house.
on Aug 17th 2012
in Health & Wellness
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I think you've answered your own question, and if you're asking for agreement or approval, most of us would say "go for it!" Babies and kitties are no problem together. Cats DONT sit on babies and suffocate them. Most will hide or even sleep under the crib. Since you seem to be the only one who cares about this guy, it would be a shame if he was abandoned and left on his own to fend for himself. I would be tempted to keep him "in", if you take him with you and he's in a strange environment. It could be dangerous for him. Not all cats are cuddle bugs, but you seem to have a good relationship with him. He needs constancy in his life and I think he'd get it with you.
Izadore (Izzie) answered on 8/17/12. Helpful? / 0