Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Toronto Ontario
No shes always been sweet with my cat but in the yard she can be a monster to anything any species I am sure
Shes very intense though high drive and territorial to other things that get in her yard (ive found at my past place dead coons, rats, gophers, squirrels, birds never a cat)
I am not going to intro these kittens to the dog becasue they are sick semi feral and they will just get scared out of their minds.
thanks though, I think i get overly concerned and imagine the worst. My girl has no experience with cats outside the ones she raised with who she is very sweet to.
My dog is free at home but shes a good dog if i tell her not to go upstairs she wont ever go, I told her to not go up stairs for a bit because i didnt want her outside of their door. She doesnt care i spend all my time downstairs anyway.
I have a baby gate i put for my other cat but it is so short I always thought if my dog wanted to she could just smash through it or jump over it
shes acting reallly good i mean shes acting like she doesnt know whats in the house, but you can hear them they are younsters and they WRESTLE all day.
I love those videos my old cat was always snarky with my dog and never play with her but my dog still loved her, I am sure had she grown up with a lil kitten that she would have been like one of those dogs in the video.
I think i will wait i guess and see how bonded the efosters are to me and how long i keep them for before showing them to my girl, THey are comming out of their shells now. They see a huge shepherd right now they would probably flip their lid. I dont think these girls have ever seen a dog.
I am not sure how i feel about cats in crates a friend of mine tried to introduce 2 kittens to the sweetest rottie while they were in a crate and one kitten turned on the other and bit it bad.
Last edited by pets4life; 01-04-2014 at 06:15 PM.