- Sep 26, 2023
Hi everyone! I've been trying to find an answer to my question on google and came here (and I'm glad that I did). I've recently adopted 2 cats from the same shelter and they will be delivered to me this Friday. It'll be a long road for them, I imagine, from TN to PA. The lady who works there told me that they're watching the two to make sure there is no aggression. Since they're in TN and people adopt their cats from all over the states, there is no meet and greet. However, they do necessary health checks and shots, and all cats and kittens are well socialized. That's the only information I have so far. They are both Russian Blue Mixes and have sweet and calm personalities, one is 1 y.o. and 6 months old and the other one is a 3 y.o. (but he looks a lot younger to me, he is just too small for 3 y.o.). But still, they are pretty much youngsters And my question is to how to re-introduce them to each other and to our house? Should I put them in a same room, or separate rooms? Please let me know and help!