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18 Aug 2007

Cat meets another cat
I have a kitten that I keep indoors. But sometimes when she looks out the window, she sees other cat. At first, it was an adult male cat and my baby cat was desperate to find a way out of the room and touch the other cat. But now she's "talking" to an adult female cat and her behaviour is exactly the same. However, I let her be with the male cat in our garden the other way and it seemed she was scared and wanted to attack him. What does this mean? Does she need other cats to "talk" to? Does she want to attack them because she's afraid of them? Her sounds when she is communicating with them is very different from her everyday sounds. That really sounds like a conversation, although the other cats don't make any sound.
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01 Jan 0001

She will be nervous and protective of her space. With time she will settle downa nd hopefulyl none of the visitors will attack her in her own space.
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