My cats are not the snuggle-up-in-a-pile-of-loving-kitty-cuddlyness. They’re more the respect-my-space-or-I’ll-hiss-and-swat-faster-than-you-can-say-catnip kind of kitties.
The only time they tolerate togetherness is when I feed them. I think that’s because they are heads’-down into their food bowls and don’t really pay attention to the other cats, unless Someone tries to eat Someone Else’s food.
Every once in a while I catch my cats laying near one another. I believe there’s a rule somewhere in the Cat Codex that states that two cats may occupy a similar geographic location as it’s suitably warm and comfy–and there is enough space to successfully ignore one another.
How well do your pets get along–with each other or other animals?
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