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Discussion in 'Cat Behavior' started by clearlymaybe, Aug 11, 2019.

  1. clearlymaybe

    clearlymaybe Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

    Aug 11, 2019
    I am new to this site, and if i posted in wrong section please excuse me. I am moving into a new apartment with my fiance and was considering a new kitten. The previous cat I had raised from kitten (12 years) passed away a year ago and was a big part of my life every time I got home from work. I am full time and my fiance is part time. I am worried about the kitten becoming lonely through some parts of the day. Are there breeds that have less separation anxiety? I was interested in a Scottish fold/British short hair mix or a Siamese .Please advise if you have any suggestions to keep a new kitten occupied and not so lonely. Any suggestions or comments are greatly appreciated.

    Here is Lionel, my old friend

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  2. rubysmama

    rubysmama Forum Helper Staff Member Forum Helper

    Nov 25, 2013
    Hello and welcome to TCS. :wave2: Condolences on the loss of Lionel. :alright: He was a super handsome boy. RIP sweetie. :angel: If you are interested, we have a Crossing the Bridge forum where you could write a tribute to Lionel.

    About a new kitten being lonely, is getting 2 kittens an option?
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  3. tabbytom

    tabbytom Happiness is being owned by a cat Staff Member Mentor

    May 12, 2016
    Garden City, Singapore
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  4. Norachan

    Norachan Moderator Staff Member Moderator

    May 27, 2013
    Mount Fuji, Japan
    Kittens do very well in pairs, do you think you would be able to adopt two kittens together? If you go to your shelter they will no doubt have plenty of siblings and bonded pairs looking for a new home. They will keep each other company while you are out, so you won't need to worry about them being lonely.

    They quite often have pedigree mixes or pointed kittens, that look a lot like Siamese, and will offer a cheaper adoption fee if you can take two cats.

    I'm sorry about Lionel, he looks like a sweetheart.

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  5. clearlymaybe

    clearlymaybe Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

    Aug 11, 2019
    Thanks all for the kind support, I will see if I am blessed enough to find some siblings. :wave3:
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  6. rubysmama

    rubysmama Forum Helper Staff Member Forum Helper

    Nov 25, 2013
    Good luck. Keep us posted. :petcat: :catlove: :catman:

  7. silkenpaw

    silkenpaw TCS Member Super Cat

    Oct 18, 2009
    Hollywood, FL, USA
    Definitely a pair. Kittens should come that way :) The best gift I ever got for my Little Bit was another kitten, Bassie, who just happened to come along at approximately the same time.
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  8. Maria Bayote

    Maria Bayote Mama of 4 Cats, 3 Dogs , 2 Budgies & 2 Humans Top Cat

    Jan 15, 2018
    Lionel was such a handsome fella. I am sorry for your loss.

    Kittens have unlimited energy and as mentioned above, would be better in pairs. I have a scottish fold kitten right now who is a monkey/kangaroo/cat all in one with the speed of a cheetah, and stalks/hounds/pesters my two adult cats endlessly. I wish I adopted another one his age but we already have the max limit of cats in the house (for now! :biggrin: )

    BTW, welcome to TCS! :hellosmiley:

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