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 My GSD and the news kittens, need help.

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PostSubject: My GSD and the news kittens, need help.   My GSD and the news kittens, need help. EmptyMon Oct 10, 2022 12:00 pm

So i got 2 news kittens becuase my cat passed away in January this month. So ironically my husky is better with the cats then my GSD and my GSD is too rough. He is over 100 pounds i think size may be scaring them. We have to keep the cats and him separate.
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PostSubject: Re: My GSD and the news kittens, need help.   My GSD and the news kittens, need help. EmptyMon Oct 10, 2022 1:07 pm

While I have no cats / kittens at the moment, I've always made sure that the felines always have an escape from the canines.  I have a gate between the back part of my house where the cats have free run separating it from the living portion where the dogs have free run.  When the kittens are comfortable then they parade through the gate to examine the outside world and then beat a hasty retreat when they fond it's not as friendly as they hoped.

You can't force them to get along, that's a "no win" situation from the get-go.  What you can offer is the opportunity to co-exist.  If the kittens don't feel comfortable then they'll just stay in their part of the house.  Most dogs will realize in short order that the cats have an advantage in their claws and try for an amicable resolution - some dogs never will.  You say that your cat passed away in January and both your dogs (from your PitaPata) would have been around the older cat.  If they lived together then I'd just keep the cats separated in a way that lets them investigate and become comfortable with their rambunctious older brother.

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PostSubject: Re: My GSD and the news kittens, need help.   My GSD and the news kittens, need help. EmptyTue Oct 11, 2022 1:09 am

My gsd is fine with cats but has killed 3 kittens. And i have a husky/wolf that loves all baby animals and cats and squirt who kills whatever she can get her teeth on.

@aljones what happened to bc
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Lostmaniac wrote:

@aljones what happened to bc

She disappeared, I have to presume either a hawk or owl. She was great as far as being an inside cat then one day she went out and decided she wasn't coming back inside ... ever.

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