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Puppies and Kittens

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by smegs1978, Aug 14, 2009.


  1. smegs1978

    smegs1978 PetForums Junior

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    Sorry another post, can you tell i am bored at work?

    We have 2 cats, Jay who is 8 and Mollie who is about 9 months, we still class her as a kitten.

    Anyway, normally Barney chases both cats around the house trying to play with them. Jay won't let him and puts him in his place. However as Mollie is a lot younger i think she wants to play but still a bit scared of him, at first she wouldn't even come in the same room as him but now she has started to sit close by, but still far enough so he can't reach her. However this morning DH said that he went upstairs to get something and found Barney and Mollie lying side by side under my sons bed.

    I think she would really like him if only he didn't chase her.
     
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    Spaniel mad PetForums VIP

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    They will get used to each other and before you know it they will be snuggled up together
     
  3. sequeena

    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    I have an 11 week old kitten and 9 month old GSD who looks fully grown (we think she's going to be as big as a male GSD).

    The first day the kitten was home there was hissing and spitting from her. Sky absolutely adored her. She loved to sit and watch her...but imagine a massive head, massive eyes and a massive nose in your face lol!!!

    Within 3 days they fell in love. Sky mothers her and when Cotton tries to escape she escorts her back into the house :laugh:

    I think I was just really lucky!
     
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