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    keeping cats separated in a small apartment

    Alternatively, could you put your female cat in the bathroom for just a little while to let the new male cat out to explore the living area and get used to the female's smells and then reverse the situation? Also, having both cats spayed/neutered respectively would help immensely.
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    keeping cats separated in a small apartment

    If you really need to let one of your cats roam and keep the other in the kitchen, check out "puppy playpens" on Amazon (the ones with a top), which would keep her safe in the kitchen while you're able to work out his energy. Just make sure to have an intense playtime with him while he's out...
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    Outdoor owned cat trying to move in with me

    A couple months ago, my neighbors and I noticed a very young adult cat hanging around the alleys on our block and were able, with the help of food, to get close enough to see he had no collar, no eartip, was not neutered, and was out at any and all hours. I volunteer with TNR at the local...
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    Tnr Volunteering W/ Feral Cats; Risks For Cats W/health Issues At Home?

    Been playing phone tag with my vet this morning, but from her voicemail, she confirmed that distemper and rabies are the vaccines he does have.
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    Advice for my cat who has seizures and I give him CBD oil

    Whoops, just realized this is a pretty old thread, but hopefully it might help someone anyway! :)
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    Advice for my cat who has seizures and I give him CBD oil

    Hi, I don't have any advice yet about using CBD oil for seizures, but I also have an epileptic cat whose phenobarbital and other meds are only managing to keep his seizure activity down to about twice a month. This is definitely an improvement from what it was, and he's actually had a clean...
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    Cats Wake Up At 5:52am Every Morning! Help!

    Sorry, not sure if any of my suggestions will help, since I live in a ground floor apartment with no downstairs neighbors to bother when my cats chase each other around early in the morning, but maybe try a wand toy that you could play with them while still on the bed and tire them out for a bit...
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    Tnr Volunteering W/ Feral Cats; Risks For Cats W/health Issues At Home?

    So I just attended an orientation workshop to be able to start volunteering with my local humane society's TNR program for community cats, which I'm super excited about! However, one of my two cats at home has some chronic health issues, and his vet recommended not getting certain vaccines that...
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    Dsh With Unusual Features

    My cat, Bowie, is definitely a DSH, but he's got some weird physical characteristics that make me curious if he might have any specific breeds thrown into the mixture. Specifically, his tail is super thick, kind of short, and doesn't really taper at the end. He also has chubby cheeks, or at...
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