In my house there is a very set pecking order. It became very obvious when Jordan was sick last week. It got the point where Levi would not eat unless I sat Jordan down, put a bowl of food in front of him (even though he wouldn't eat it), then fed Isaac then Levi. That's the order they eat in. I didn't do it, that's just they way it's been, the first bowl I put down Jordan goes for, then Isaac, then levi. I was talking to someone about it and she said "You really need to get rid of that pecking order". My question is do I? I thought this was natural behavior for cats that live together.
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8/24/05 at 9:20am