Foxie, Sammy and Strumpy are littermates. Gets along well with other cats, but is very jealous. He is very lovable and very vocal. He needs a human just for him.
ALL OF THESES CATS HAD THE SAME MOTHER, FROM A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT LITTERS. SHE WAS A DSH, SILVER AND WHITE. GRANDMOTHER WAS THE CALICO. FATHERS UNKNOWN.
ALL OF THEM HAVE BEEN AROUND OTHER CATS, MOST ARE OK, BUT SOME HAVE ISSUES. NONE OF THEM HAVE EVER BEEN AROUND CHILDREN. I TRIED TO INTRODUCE THEM TO CHILDREN AND MOST DO NOT RESPOND WELL. THEY TRY TO GET AWAY, HISS, SCRATCH OR TRY TO BITE. THEY ALL HAVE HAD MY SONS LITTLE DOG AROUND THEM. ONLY A FEW HAD AN ISSUE WHEN HE CAME TO CLOSE TO THEM AND GOT CLAWED IN THE FACE.
It is suggested as with all feline adoptions to keep a new companion indoors for a several weeks so they become familiar with the new surroundings. It is also good to make sure they have a 'special' area they can escape to when company comes. This will make both you and your companion have a much better relationship.
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