To be honest, I knew Eddy would be the most difficult furbaby in the home to help acclimate to the newest additions. She is not a fan of strange people, strange cats, change, anything unfamiliar, and, well, you get the idea. So, Eddy was and still is taking the longest to come to terms with Tonks and Winky's entrance into our home.
Don't count Eddy out yet, though. Though it's slow, she is making progress. Eddy went from hiding under my bed for a couple of days, to finally now at least being willing to stare at the kittens from a very, very safe distance. Unlike the other cats and pup Astrid, though, she still will not even remotely approach the kittens. But, she is making progress, slowly but surely, and I'll take it.
We're doing this in a step-wise fashion, and we'll do that as long as it takes. I don't mind if Eddy does not want to be best friends with the kittens, but I'd like her to at least accept their existence. I have hope that we'll get there.
Wishing you all a beautiful day!
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What's more, it is very important that the a child understands how to be gentle with and kind to an animal. Teach a child to give a cat or dog space as needed. In addition, of course also show a child how to nicely pet a cat or dog, and thoroughly teach them how it is never okay to pull on tails or anything of the sort. Such lessons go for all children, no matter their age, and both those that reside in the home with the new furbaby and those who are visiting your home