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Multi-cat Care

How to help indoor cats deal with other cats in your home

If you have a cat who stays indoors all the time, perhaps due to illness, age or out of habit, and you have other cats in your home, you will need to take steps to ensure harmony is maintained. Check out these top tips to ensure your indoor cat is kept happy.

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Top 5 tips to help your cats get on

In the wild, cats are solitary animals, preferring their own company to the company of others. Some cats will get along in a domestic setting, but what do you do if they don’t? And how do you know if they really get along?

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How to encourage harmony in a multi-pet household

Many of us have more than one pet and have cats living alongside dogs in the same household. If you find that your cats and dogs aren’t getting on as well as you’d like, there are steps you can take to help them feel more comfortable.

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My cats don’t get on. What can I do?

If your cats don't get on, take a look at these top tips from pet behaviourist Jon Bowen to help you recognise the signs of tension between your cats and learn how to prevent it.

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Introducing a new cat to your existing cat

By nature, cats are solitary animals and do not tolerate the presence of other cats in their territory. However, by introducing a new cat to the resident cat carefully and slowly, then they may tolerate one another’s presence or even become friends.

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Providing adequate resources in a multi-cat household

If you live in a multi-cat household, conflicts can arise, which can be stressful for your pets. Cats evolved to be self-reliant so it's important to provide mutliple resources to allow each cat to visit that resource at a time of their choosing. Take a look at our tips below to help create a comfortable environment for each of the cats in your home.

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Coping with vet visits when you have more than one cat

If you have more than one cat, you can take them both to the vet at the same time for their regular checks and vaccinations. But when cats are separated for individual vet visits, tension can arise when they are reunited. So what should you do to ensure individual vet visits run smoothly?

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