One of my seven cats does not want to get along with anybody.

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I have seven cats, a big house what all kind of cat toys, they’re happy as can be period and well taken care of. Bandit is the cat that does not want to be around any other cats. I’ve watched her confined herself. When they walk by her. She will SWAT at them. I know she’s an inbred cat. I adopted her when I moved into my former house. She was abandoned outside it was in the country and she loves to be outside. Summertime she would stay outside all the time. Winter time she wouldn’t care about going outside always used the litter box sure. Which I do have 5 of them, sifter boxes. And I used scoop away period which has no odor and I keep very clean. But her and Puma my other female just do not like each other. At all. I’ve had Bandit for over 6 years Puma for 7 and I just don’t know what to do I want them to be happy. And I can’t find it in myself to get rid of Bandit. Bandit is smart. She gets in her little spot and when she sweats out she gets Puma on the face all the time. You would think Puma would have learned your lesson period but she doesn’t her poor little nose gets scratched on the back of her neck get scratch done interface get scratch time and she’s a beautiful kitty. And so is my little Bandit. They’re both little kitties under 9 pounds. My vet suggested Prozac I think I have to look back at the text she sent me. Now friend of mine has a farm I could put her at back yet or should be a barn Cat by herself. I just don’t know what to do. She will be taken care of at the farm 2. My vet also suggested she find her a home that she will be by herself with the owners. Maybe that’s what I should do period I just hate move her.

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Asked on March 5, 2017 6:49 am
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This is a difficult situation for all concerned. Drug therapy may be helpful but will require treating Bandit daily. At the Sanctuary we have used both fluoxetine and amitriptyline successfully with cats such as Bandit. If you are able to give her medication I would recommend that you try treatment. Moving Bandit to a home where she is the only cat is also a viable solution. However, we are not in favor of cats living outdoors.

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Posted by Dr. Gaylord Brown
Answered on March 5, 2017 8:59 am
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