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Why You Should Introduce Cats

Introducing cats is an important step in housebreaking and socializing felines. It helps to ensure that the cats are comfortable with each other, reducing instances of fighting or other behavioral issues. Additionally, introducing cats properly can help build a strong bond between them over time. This will allow the cats to be around each other without feeling threatened or uncomfortable, creating a safe and happy home environment for both animals.

How To Introduce Cats

When introducing two cats it is important to do so slowly and patiently as this process can take some time before they become best friends. Before beginning the introduction process, make sure that both cats have been spayed/neutered as this will reduce their aggression towards one another during introductions.

The first step in introducing two cats is to create separate areas for them within your home where they can feel safe and secure while sniffing out one another’s scent from afar. These areas should be at least three feet apart so that neither cat feels threatened by their proximity to the other feline companion. Additionally, use something like Feliway spray which mimics natural pheromones released by a mother cat when she has kittens; this will help ease tensions between the two animals during introductions.

Once you have established these separate areas you should begin by swapping toys or blankets back and forth between them – allowing them each get used to being near objects associated with the other animal’s scent – before moving onto exchanging scents directly using items like brushes or towels recently licked by one of your pets (but not too recently). As long as both animals remain calm during these activities, you may move on to having brief meetings face-to-face through a baby gate or similar barrier; however if either animal becomes agitated it is best to wait until later before attempting any further introductions at all (or even go back multiple steps if necessary). If all goes well after several weeks of successful interactions then finally introduce your new feline friend(s) into each others’ space but keep an eye out for any signs of stress so that adjustments can be made accordingly if needed – things such as hissing/growling, flattening ears against head etc..


Introducing cats properly may take some patience but it pays off in order to keep everyone happy and healthy in your home! With careful planning and understanding of how felines communicate with one another through body language you too can successfully introduce two furry family members together peacefully – making life just purrfectly perfect!