A lot of people post that cats that come home smelling different should be separated from the others because they will immediately attack or hate it. Our cat community's had four surgeries recently, and I have never witnessed anything like that. I seperate them so the others can still see them and smell them until their "rest/healing period" is over, and there are just one or two little chirrups between the "differently stenched" kitty and the others, a few exchanged licks, then it's business as usual. No hissing, growling, or clawing. Is this normal, or do I have very laid-back cats?
post #1 of 8
8/13/05 at 3:14pm