Should I have two cats?

After watching the video, you will surely get your answer and it will enlighten you. Just as these viewers were enlightened by it too:

When the lady who was to become my wife first visited me, I was living in a two-bedroom bachelor cottage, which was also a home for my dog and six cats.  The thing about cats is that they can live as multiples in a space much too confined for a similar number of dogs (even small dogs).  I think that cats, even though not known as especially gregarious animals, like other felines for company.

And this viewer had his most pressing question answered:

Wow, I’ve been wondering about this ever since I got my kitten last week (because I’m so worried that she might be feeling lonely without her siblings), and apparently I’m not the only one who’s been worrying over this. What a relief! ^^ I live in a pretty small 1 bedroom apartment, and Tamashi is allowed to jump up on the window sill, the bed and the coffee table. Next week, the scratching post I ordered should arrive, along with some new toys for her! She seems to be pretty comfortable with our home right now, but I’ll be going to university soon, which means I won’t be home as much, and I’m really worried she’ll be bored/lonely without me around. I was planning on getting another cat as soon as I get a bigger place, but now I feel like I might be able to get a second one pretty soon. 😀 As long as I properly “catify” my apartment, that is! Awesome! Thank you so much!

You too, should watch the video!

3 Responses to “Should I have two cats?”

  1. Mary Barth

    Nov 11. 2015

    I had TWO cats till one died at the age of 12. The other age 16 just got a clean bill of health from my vet

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  2. Linda Boyce

    Nov 12. 2015


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  3. Sue Tattersall

    Nov 12. 2015

    We’ve got 5 one being a Siamese they all get on quite well

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