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We are picking the kitty up from the person who has been fostering her and socializing her for us on Sunday evening. Hubby and my daughter are gonna go shopping on Saturday since I work all day...and after I get home I'll set up her room so she can get settled in. I was told that it's better to let her alone with her litter pan, food and water dish in a spare room and pretty much not bother her for like 24 hours....IDK though.
What would be the best way to introduce the new kitty (our daughter has learned how to say "kitty kitty kitty" so that may end up being her name...lol) to Bud? Just kinda like how you would do it with another bun? Or some other way? I dont know how much time they would be spending together but I just don't want her to try to eat her when she gets bigger than him...
I am so nervous about bringing this cat into our home...are there any illnesses that can be transmitted from kitty to rabbit? Should we keep her quarantined until we get her a full vet check up?
you can never know what might ever happen, every bunny and cat is different . but make sure to vet-check the cat before bringing her even near the bunny. (: