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Feature September 2016 Issue

When You Need to Rehome a Cat

To a cat, an unfamiliar animal is not necessarily a potential friend, but a possible threat to prized resources. These can include food, territory and attention from us.

When You Need to Rehome a Cat

When you love cats, it may feel like, "The more, the merrier!"” But unfortunately, there are times when the feline dynamic just doesn't work. Here's some help.

A certain amount of conflict and discord is natural in any group living situation. Owners of even the most mellow and congenial cat families know just how quickly conflict can erupt as group members experience the normal ups and downs of life.

Wise owners understand how powerfully even seemingly insignificant changes can affect their cats and disrupt the group’s harmony. They also know how important it is to address the effects of changes positively and immediately.

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