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Well, I picked Geoffrey from the cattery and brought him home.
I got Ruxpin and showed him to Geoffrey who sniffed inquisitively!
We let Geoffrey out, holding Ruxpin. Geoffrey sniffed him and Ruxpin hissed! :eek:
Geoffrey is totally not bothered by him at all - it's the other way round! Crazy! Ruxpin is now hiding under the sofa again while Geoffrey plays chase with his balls and OH in the hallway.
 

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Rosie was like that as a kitten. She spent almost a week hiding under the bed in her safe room :( Just be patient and Ruxpin will learn that he is safe with you but it may be that he will always be a shy type of cat.
Even now Rosie hides away when we have visitors and will only come out when they have been here for a while. She made an exception when she was 'looking after' Mai Tai's kittens and would come to check out prospective slaves :D
 

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Thanks for the reassurance! I think after having Geoffrey who was so outgoing its a shock and hard to deal with him being so timid. I just want him to be happy and I just hope once he settles in he will be! :D
 
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