Introducing My Blind Cat to Another Cat

I have adopted a blind cat. She's about 6 or more years old. She loves me and the family, but she doesn't like our other cat. She doesn't like his smell, sound, and doesn't want him anywhere near her.

Our other cat wants to play but she doesn't. We have to keep the two cats in different rooms. We really want them to be kitty friends and share the whole house. Is there any way of doing so?


Answer:

There are many things you can do to help your kitties get along!
Tools such as cat pheromone products help create a more relaxing environment for cats, so using Feliway diffusers and sprays would be highly recommended. You can also try transferring scent from one cat to another by rubbing a towel on one cat and then the other repeatedly, making each cat's smell a bit less foreign. And, this is just the beginning! This question and answer from another reader contains many more tips for helping two cats get along as well.

Often times, the biggest tool at your disposal for helping two cats get along is time. Keep in mind that your blind cat is likely to take a bit longer to adjust to living with another cat due to her heightened sense of smell and hearing, but a blind cat and a cat that isn't blind can certainly live together happily with time and patience!

All the best,
Dr. Neely

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