I have 2 indoor GP's - they used to live in the garden and totally hated it! They wouldn't walk around on the grass, were terrified of noises and hid all the time. They have a really big indoor cage in my kitchen and are very chatty, we try to handle them most days. Anyway, they are used to cats when I stayed with my mum for a few months, she has 2 and they would all tolerate each other with no prodding, but my kitten is totally obsessed with them. She doesn't get her claws out to them, but she is constantly poking them with her paw. One GP does not like her at all, and will go to her bed. The other GP will sniff through the bars and sort of squeak, but she doesn't run away. I sort of wondered whether there was a good way to introduce them to each other in a good way, or is it just too tempting and will the kitten hurt them? I really dont want to terrify the poor GP's it would not be fair! She isn't an aggressive cat, she is just completely facinated by them of course! The other thing is, the fresh food I give the GP's. I buy spring greens and all sorts of green foods - kale etc etc. BUT they will leave it, and continue to squeak and squeak and squeak at me. If I ever ever get a cucumber out of the fridge (kids eat tons of it) they both go mental! So they end up eating tons of bleeding cucumbers. But this isn't really very nutitional is it? Or shall I just give them what makes them happy!!