They have shelters that don't euthanize the animals. Also, don't you have anyone you could try and give the kitty to?
Well ... my aunt let her cat, Felix, go. After 5 years with that cat, she just decided to let it go ... ugh. She pissed me off so, and I even confronted her about this thing ...
Ok, well we see Felix walking outside a lot and then he even comes near our house to eat and drink water, he even came into our house once, but Kirry was in my room closed up so nothing happened there. We really want to keep him now ... I feel so sorry for him and well, we want to take him off the streets asap, before it starts getting really hot outside, you know with those Texas heat waves. So yes, we don't want to take him to a shelter for sure, because they might euthanize him, though he is a darling and beautiful cat. But the thing is ... we have Kirry, and he's very bitchy. About a year ago, my dad made Kirry come face to face with another cat and it ended up me getting scratched with trying to get him away from the other cat.
We want to bring Felix in and kinda get them to get along ... but the thing is, I'm scared of the reaction it could bring, what if they get into a cat fight? I mean, it's happened to my aunt Rosalva when she had two girl cats. She tried to separate them but they ended up attacking her. So I don't want that to be the case ... I really am in a heap ... and I really want to keep Felix so we can bring him out of the streets and into our home. But then there is my other baby, Kirry ... I'm really in a bind ... what do you suggest I would do to get them to get along?
I don't know if I should trust the shelters though ... Maybe I'll look it up more. I just want to give him a good home and a happy life. That's all I really want. I don't feel so trusting when it comes to shelters. *sigh*
have the cats get use to each other.
for instance, try to keep them in different parts of the house, or one mainly outside. cats are pretty independent, so the smoother you go into introducing them, the better off everyone will be.
also, only let them interact when someone is in the room until you can trust them together.