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Is it okay to have a designated cat room for one of our cats?

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    Jess3715posted 14 months ago

    Is it okay to have a designated cat room for one of our cats?

    My husband and I have been living together for 4 years now, he had 2 cats and I had 2 cats...for the most part all of the cats get along just fine. However, one of my husbands cats who tends to be aggressive stalks my other cat and there have been plenty of brutal fights. My cat will tend to hide in different spots but the aggressive cat usually tends to find her and then it gets ugly. We have tried  everything that has been recommended to us and I know that cat that is aggressive won't have a wonderful life just in one room but I don't have many more options, it is an older cat health is fine

  2. RTalloni profile image87
    RTalloniposted 14 months ago

    If you have tried everything else, of course it is.  Why should that cat be allowed to stress the people and other pets of the house?  You may wish for everyone to be one big happy family, but this one does not agree.  You can spend some time with it in that room.  It will be well fed and cared for, and spared abuse and neglect.  As the owners you have responsibility to take proper measures.  A quote about freedom goes something along the lines of how it stops when harm to another begins.

  3. Theophanes profile image98
    Theophanesposted 14 months ago

    Of course, often cat breeders designate one room of their home for the toms or one room as the nursery etc. Rescues do this too when they need to quarantine or segregate like in your case. Just make sure he has a nice place to hide if he needs to (a blanket in a box does wonders) and all the usual supplies and he should be just fine. Heck, if you really feel bad you can even build a cat tunnel or cage and attach it to the window so he can go outside when he wants. smile Plenty of options to keep everyone happy and healthy!

 
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