|Purred: Tue Apr 1, '08 5:46pm PST |
|Well, it all depends on Tyger--and which kitty you adopt!
When my Meoma adopted me, I seemed so needy when she came home after work that it made her decide to get another kitty. Besides, I like to hang out, but not too much petting at one time, and don't do lap sitting at all, ever, and Meowma likes that mushy stuff.
Anyway, Meowma knows I'm sort of reserved, and so looked and looked for a kitty that seemed to really like being in a bunch in the shelter cat-zebo. After several visits, she brought home Zip, and after visiting through the door for only 2 days, we were best buds and even shared a bed. But Meoma also felt that Zip would pe perfect for her SO's daughter who was begging for a kitty and had never had one. So Zip went there, and Meowma got BooBoo who was in a very bad situation but is a super sweet kitty. Well, we fell in love under the door and all--but you know how silly kitties are. When I actually SAW BooBoo it scared me to death, and I'm still leery of her even though she has quit paying much attention to me. I think it will be ok, eventually, but I still want Meowma to put BooBoo in the separate bedroom when she isn't here to guard me. That was we can visit under the door crack all night without me having to get all scared.
Anyway, the more kitties the merrier. Just make sure they pick one that's compatible with you--not a shape, size or color that scares you. We eventually learn to at least tolerate, and usually get friendly. Very few kitties batle forever!
Edited by author Tue Apr 1, '08 5:48pm PST
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