Aurora hated it, no big surprise there.  We were a 1/2 hour late since I somehow got it in my mind it was at 9:30 when it was actually at 9:00 but luckily they squeezed us in.

We were told that Aurora is at the “socially mature” age, which is 3 years old so it’s not unsual for her to start acting up.  Does that mean she’s officially a teenager? :wow:

So we discussed her issues and obviously they told us we need to give her space.  If she doesn’t like being picked up…then we cannot pick her up :kickcan:  Not that it’s been fun since she attacks my head when I do it :sigh:

They suggested we get another litter box so they have their own and give them seperate food bowls.  I think that is a good idea, I think she needs her space.  I know I needed my space as a teenager.  They said it wouldn’t even be a bad idea for them to kind of have their own room but I’m not sure how to go about that.

So they said it’s normal and gave us lots of papers about this kind of thing.  We’ll see how all this will work.

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  1. I bet having their own litter box & food bowls will make a big difference. Two of my kitties are brother & sister, and they refuse to share that stuff. Hope the changes work out for everyone!

  2. Sit them down together and say you MUST get along, your family for peets sake :cheesy:

  3. Well it’s not Pilot who’s being difficult. I wish I could say to Aurora “No treats unless you are being nice” but something tells me she doesn’t understand me. Or maybe she understands and just doesn’t care.

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