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By snydeeli000 / Tuesday 27 October 2015 03:41 / United States - Kent
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  Bibliovore  |  25

It's good to know whose hiss is whose, but the first cat heard hissing is not necessarily the instigator, just like the first kid to make a noise in a playground fight is not necessarily the one who started it.

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  Bibliovore  |  25

It's actually usually easier to learn to tell footsteps apart if your cats are at all distinctive in that sense -- cats walk and jump all the time, but hopefully they're not hissing anywhere near that often. One of ours is light on her feet and graceful; the other one apparently skipped feline grace training (probably in favor of extra mealtimes).

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  gichikku  |  14

My roommates and Is cats have lived together for 5-6 years. They still don't get along and she growls and hisses at my cat if he even looks at her on a daily.

By  L_1781  |  18

Well, now that you have learnt cat, the next stage in becoming Dr. Doolittle is eating with them and shitting in the same cat litter tray. Works for me :p

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