Resident Cat Not Getting Along with New Kittens

I have three cats, a seven year old tabby mix, she is very very timid and not too friendly, even to some humans. And the other two are at least one year old; one is a black mix and the other a long hair butterscotch. Anyway, we got the two kittens to get along, but Tiger, the timid one is fighting, hissing, and growling. Our black cat attacked her at first and the other one was passive aggression towards her.


They started trying to be friends with Tiger, but Tiger stopped trying to be friendly.
Now I'm thinking of either getting rid of the black cat and the other light tabby. Please respond! We have to keep the two in a room, and it's hard.

By Melody T. from Fiji

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January 17, 20150 found this helpful

Your cats are intelligent and emotional creatures, just like humans. The cats are trying to live in a new and difficult environment that you created, and, they and you are having problems. There are many good books and articles on the internet about cats, however, your situation calls for help now.

Please take your cats to your vet for an examination, just in case, and help in working with your cats to find a solution. Your vet is experienced and can suggest good resolutions and possible medication, if needed.

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