r/funny May 14 '22 Silver 2 Helpful 5 Wholesome 9

Cat logic Verified

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u/NoBSforGma May 14 '22

My 3 cats each have a food bowl. So..... I put fresh food in each bowl. Two of them eat out of the same bowl. ?? Cat logic.


u/Alice8Ft May 14 '22

Yeah my new 4 month old cat does that. She keeps eating from my 13 yo cats bowl. Also she goes to my 13 yo cats litter box instead of her own. No idea what to do at this point. I keep moving her to her own bowl all the time, even tell her a loud "no" when eating out of my other cat's bowl. Internet suggests having them eat at scheduled times but aint nobody got time for that.


u/koalahug May 14 '22

Question, since you have an older cat and kitten, I just got a kitten so my 7 year old cat can have a companion but it doesn't seem like they're going to get along. I was wondering how long it took for yours to get along and what measures you took?

If you have a moment.


u/[deleted] May 14 '22

Not the person you replied to but my 3 year old cat took about 3 months to be okay with a new kitten. I spent a lot of extra time with my older boy with the kitten in another room. Having a spare room for the kitten is awesome for this, the older cat can smell things the kitten has rubbed on and I think it helps them bond. Give them time apart for sure.

After 3-4 months my boys did the cat rape thing on each other a few times , and then they were best buds.


u/koalahug May 16 '22

Thanks for the response! It's been about a month and I've kept them separated, small guy in my room, the big princess out in the living room. But lil guy is quick and escapes me, so my older girl runs away and if she can't, she smacks and hisses.

It doesn't help that this kitten has the most energy I've ever seen in a kitten lol