Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Yep I'm with the concensus! My 5 grumpy old folks here did not take too kindly to the youngster, Polly, now 7 months old. There is still hissing if she gets too close to Maddie and Lacey and it's been over 5 months now since she has become part of the family. Most of them will tolerate her antics from a distance, but none are friends in the true sense of the cat word with her. Hissing and growling don't bother me - it teaches Polly to keep her distance. If you are bent on keeping this litter of trouble makers then you are going to have to learn to accept that the old folks are intolerant. And I don't blame them.
This is exactly why I like to keep my foster kittens in a separate room. It's not fair to the adults.
BTW, YOU'RE getting tired of it???? Imagine how they feel?!! This is their home too.
Cat owners' prayer: "Lord help me be the person my cat thinks I am"
Last edited by Marcia; 12-16-2014 at 06:46 PM.