Tuesday, May 23, 2006
According to Catera, his recommendation for improvement includes arranging everyone according to "groups" or types of cats. If not possible, then at least by demeanor. He is very conscious of territory and would not be stressed by being relocated. Bailey would be a good neighbor; however, Bailey enjoys the center of attention and has to be around the action. She really enjoys the people and doesn't mind the constant movement. Bailey would also not be stressed if she were moved. She welcomed the idea of Catera as a neighbor and isn't as "racial" oriented if you will as Catera. He really enjoys his breed more than being surrounded by "foreigners." Bailey could care less; however, she got real excited when I asked her what she thought of the idea of Catera being close.