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By Anonymous - / Saturday 11 January 2014 18:52 / Dominican Republic - Santo Domingo
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By  TyT63  |  20

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  TyT63  |  20

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By  HowAreYouToday  |  37

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  TwistedCherub1  |  37

OP, if your cat is strictly indoor maybe you can invite the other in so they can meet. Check with the neighbors first regarding health concerns, temperament, etc.. If that's not an option, look for deterrent sprays/powders that might keep your cat away from the windows. If they can't see each other or hear one another's meows as well, they'll give up.

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  Sports_guy3  |  24

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  baby4mommy  |  24

My cat has nine lives. There's a whole stack of nine lives cat food on the shelf next to the kitty treats. It's not a myth! There really is a 9 lives brand of cat food. Unless you were referring to reincarnation.

By  speakersboom  |  26

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They have these things that shoot compressed air out when the movement sensor is tripped that work really well for keeping cats (and other pesky animals) away. I recommend putting one of those outside where the other cat hangs out. Or one can buy wolf urine. But that's kind of gross and it might make ALL cats and dogs in/around the area freak out.

By  booze_n_bitches  |  43

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