Too be honest I can't see how she is a responsible pet owner. Given that after all the advice she is still considering bringing another cat into the house regardless of the fact that either cat could be bullied silly and may even lose it's life. I find it completely irresponsible, medical knowledge, research or not. It would be cruel to put a female cat with an intact male or another male and just assume that it can work without taking the steps needed to make it harmonious. Unfortunately this could end up in a breed of kittens that are not wanted or a poor cat being put into an unhappy home where it will be bullied and then sent back to the shelter. Some people just shouldn't have cats. I wonder why the one they have is already so stand offish, maybe they should focus on some TLC for the one they already have.
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4/20/07 at 7:44am