One Cat or Two? Or 10?

Understanding behavior helps you adopt another cat

We all love photos showing a group of happy, lounging cats, each in their own patch of sunshine. We also know homes with two cats where it seems that each cat’s goal is to make its roommate’s existence as miserable as possible. Still, many families have two or more cats with minimal problems. There are cats who are happiest as solo pets. Most families find a happy medium.

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