Cats mostly prefer living on their own, but with some practical help, you can help your cats accept each other. It's really important to look out for signs that cats aren't getting on. Just because they are not physically fighting does not mean that they are happy together.
Many cats are returned to Cats Protection because they haven’t got on with the adopter's other cat. But with some planning and taking it in stages, you can give them the best start.
In any household with more than one cat, there is the potential for bullying. It's important to spot the signs and take action as this can lead to stress-related illness.
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How to combat bullying in a multi-cat household