The best pet tip I've found with cats is to get a couple of small towels - one for each cat. Rub the cats with their own towel, then give it to the other cat to sleep with and get used to each other's scents. Of course, we still take the time to slowly introduce them to each other, but this towel method seems to make the process go much easier in the long run.
This is Spike. He showed up in our carport one morning and we fell in love with him! He's an adorable orange tabby, 13 weeks old and extremely friendly and playful. He's the 3rd cat that we've adopted in the past 18 months and they all get along very well.
By Mary J. from Florence, SC
What a pretty kitty and such a lovely color!
I have always had a special love for orange tabby's. He is beautiful
He is pretty. He looks like a neat little cat.
I am more of a dog person, but Spike is a beautiful cat- what big, lovely eyes he has!
What a cute baby! I have always loved orange tabbies.
I fondly remember Florence, SC - my favorite Aunt (and my Grandmother in her later years) lived in Lake City. They have both passed away, but when I'd drive to see them, and hit Florence....I knew I was almost there. Good for you for adopting several stray kitties, we've recently adopted Henry, our new puppy, and we love him! Best of luck...Anne
We have a kitten that looks a lot like Spike. His name is Buddy and he's very playful. He likes to push all the other cats around and sometimes they even let him!
Only just joined today but this cat looks really intelligent!!! Also love his colouring :)'devoted kitten/cat lover
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