PeggyC said:I think my biggest concerns are if my current cats don't accept her, if one of them starts inappropriate elimination habits, or if one of them gets too rough and hurts the old lady who is coming in. I'm thinking keeping them separated for awhile, investing in some Feliway, and keeping them very well supervised when they do meet. In addition, need new litter box!
BG9 said:Its shown that elderly are greatly helped by having pets. Is it too late to change her assisted living facility? Sunrise assisted living allows the keeping of pets by their residents. http://www.sunriseseniorliving.com/
nan said:At my mother's condo in Florida, they are only allowed to have a pet (one pet only) if they get a note from a doctor. Evidently there is some legal support for the elderly having access to pets. But, it sounds like you will be getting this cat. Hopefully, the other cats will respect the wisdom of age and not as teenaged humans do.
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