Zoey the Cool Cat has a visitor, but she’s not too happy about it

I live in my own little world

Jim’s brother had a stroke yesterday and is in the hospital, which meant that there was a lonely scared kitty up at his place.

Ergo, J&R Rescue Service went to work and rescued Ninja today.

Two pictures of Ninja in our laundry room chowing down.

Ninja

Ninja

Ninja will be staying with us for a while; not sure how long, though.

Zoey the Cool Cat was not too happy whereas Ninja was, like, oh, another cat. Ninja once was an outdoor cat so she’s probably seen lots of cats. Zoey the Cool Cat, on the other hand, has never been an outdoor cat, so at the age of 11½, this is her first up-close-and-personal experience with another feline.I'm Zoey the Cool Cat, and I approve this post

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18 thoughts on “Zoey the Cool Cat has a visitor, but she’s not too happy about it

  1. kentuckyangel24

    Please let Zoey know she is such a good little girl for sharing her home with a poor helpless and fatherless cousin for the time being. I’ve had fur friends and know how much they want their human all to themselves, but with patience and time, and no attention paid to the visitor, they will sometimes, rarely, maybe, perhaps, probably not, hopefully, ah heck, it just ain’t happening with cats. Dogs, maybe, but the kitties are too possessive and independent and territorial. Just avoid them if the fur starts flying. The claws can really smart when applied to flesh! You are a good human being.

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      The night went far better than I actually thought it would. Ninja was locked in the laundry room and Zoey the Cool Cat guarded the door outside. No hissing, growling, or trying to claw each other under the door.

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  2. acflory

    So sorry to hear about Jim’s brother. Hope he recovers fully and can come home soonish.
    Ninja seems like a sweet cat. I hope she and Zoey sort out their differences, but you may just have to grit your teeth and bear it.:(

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I don’t know if they will sort out their differences, and hopefully Ninja won’t have to be separated from the head of her staff for too long. The house is big enough so that I’m going to let Zoey the Cool Cat have the master bedroom for a while today and let Ninja wander around the house and rub her smell on everything. See what happens when Zoey the Cool Cat returns.

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  3. ksbeth

    i’m sorry about his brother, and hope he is better soon. hopefully the cats can find a common ground soon. i’ve just gone through this, with adopting a second cat, and it is working out quite well.

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      They still are in separate corners but Zoey the Cool Cat now walks by the laundry room door without growling and hissing. Another 24 hours or so and they’ll probably be grooming each other.

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    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      They are tolerating each other, kind of ignoring each other unless Ninja the Visiting Fat Cat gets too close to Zoey the Cool Cat, then ZCC starts the growing and hissing. Ninja the Visiting Fat Cat goes home tomorrow after three weeks with us.

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