Get used to the hangover (15 weeks old)?


Get used to the hangover (15 weeks old)?

Hello dear cat friends,

my friend and I have had a little cat girl at home for almost 2 weeks (now almost 14 weeks old and a Maine Coon mix girl). She has settled in very well with us, she has been sleeping with me since the first night, cuddles with me every day and is just a sweetheart.

We wanted to have 2 kittens from the start because we are working and don’t want to keep them alone. Unfortunately we were tricked with the hangover that we actually wanted to get and have already lost โ‚ฌ 200. Unfortunately it was already too late to take the brother of our little mouse.

So we had to look elsewhere.

Since yesterday we have a 15 week old BKH boy at home. He is already very big for his (alleged) age and also quite heavy. When he arrived at our place he was out of the box immediately, without fear or fear. He immediately explored everything and discovered our girl – unfortunately we don’t have the space in our 2-room apartment to leave the two in separate rooms for now.

He is about to approach her and of course she was immediately afraid. Trembled and hissed. That was okay for now. But he just won’t leave her alone.

He runs after her all the time, is really crazy – runs through the apartment like a madman and does not come to rest. This morning our girl made up next to the bed and later puked on the window sill – although we have two extra litter boxes, where one was near you (and until now she has always used the litter box)

Is it normal that the cat is after our cat like that? And felt right at home right from the start?

We have to go back to work next week and are thinking about giving the boys back.

We look forward to your help and answers. Thanks in advance.

Kind regards, Magda.

1 answer.

Unfortunately, some things went wrong there.

At first, the combination of a male and a cat is difficult, or more difficult than two same-sex cats. The age is right, that’s good.

However, you should definitely create the opportunity to get them used to each other properly! Simply letting go of each other doesn’t work in any case!

thank you for your quick reply. We’ll try everything to make sure that the two are okay.

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