|Purred: Mon Oct 17, '05 7:15am PST |
|Snickers, even though your mom feels bad about leaving Flik in the bedroom all alone, this is a necessary step. Remember, my mommy had to keep Spike couped up in a bathroom (much smaller than a bedroom!) for a little over 2 weeks in the HOT weather and it actually really helped with the integration process between him and I. After about a week I wanted to get in to the bathroom and check out this little beast that was taking away my sink drinking marathons. Spike doesn't meow, he squeaks so when mommy would hear this it would break her heart. Just be sure that you spend the same amount of time with both cats so that your existing cat doesn't get jealous. Also you may want to let them smell each other on you.
As far as the litterbox, the only thing I can suggest is that you switch back the boxes and maybe just get another smaller one for Flik. To be honest, I don't know much about litterbox behavior since mommy has been extremely lucky with both of us. We share everything although mommy is having a little problem with Spike. He goes in the litter box (which is a covered one) and pees with his but facing the hole in the box and sprays onto the floor.
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