Is a third cat a good idea?

Table of contents:

  1. Is a third cat a good idea?
  2. How do you introduce a third cat into your home?
  3. Can I have 3 cats?
  4. How do you play with 2 cats at once?

Is a third cat a good idea?

Kittens have a built-in advantage when it comes to being Third Cat. They are less sensitive to rejection and are still building their social skills. They can be more forgiving of social blunders, and are less likely to trigger territorial imperatives. Just look at them!

How do you introduce a third cat into your home?

Introducing a Third Cat

  1. Keep the new cat in isolation. Before your new cat meets the other feline members of your household, it is a good idea to separate him at least for a few days. ...
  2. Letting the three cats meet each other. After a couple of days, you can begin introducing your new cat to your two resident cats. ...
  3. Meeting face to face.

Can I have 3 cats?

If you have three cats, in other words, try to provide four litter boxes. ... Cats can be intensely private, and they dislike sharing litter boxes. Keep the litter boxes in separate rooms as much as possible. Dominant cats may claim a particular litter box as their own.

How do you play with 2 cats at once?

Use sound to engage kitty's ears as well as eyes in the hunt. Rub a throw toy along the carpet or floor, or with the edge of your fingernail a few times to create a “scritch, scritch” noise. Once you've piqued your kitty's interest, give the toy a good shove and watch your little speedster catch it.