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|Full Name:||Kate Tween|
|About Me:||I'm a student and I really like to travel lot. I want to be a web-designer.|
|Interests:||travelling, dance, extreme sports|
|Favorite Music:||Imagine Dragons|
|Favorite Books:||Harry Potter|
|Favorite Movies:||Harry Potter|
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When adopting an animal from a local humane group such as the Humane Society, there's certain policies one would have to follow. "Meet and greet" is a part of some policies says a Humane Society volunteer. This policy goes by taking a pet cat to the Humane Society to meet a new pet dog. This is at a "neutral territory" for both of the pets, says a Humane Society volunteer, and neither will be territorial.Sometimes there might not be a neutral territory for the animals to get introduced to each other and in this case they would have to meet at an existing pet's home. When this is the case, putting the two lives into one household might be difficult. Cats have a great sense of smell, so when bringing a dog home that has all different smells on him or her, the cats will be fearful.The cat might puff up its fur to appear bigger in size to the dog. Animals smell each other to see where the other came from and to get to know one another. To make a cat feel less afraid of the dog, one can make the dog lay on his or her back. This is a sign of weakness in the dog because it's unable to do anything. By doing this, the cat might feel more at ease to come and greet its new family member. Also you need to choose the best dog bowl for your pet, because this is very important part of the introducing your dog to cats.Territorial BehaviorWhen it comes to a cat's home, it can act very territorial. This behavior can be anything from rubbing on furniture to spraying anything in its home. Spraying is when a cat sprays urine to mark its territory. This can be common when adding a dog to the same home. If this starts to happen, spray repellents can be found at pet stores.For the first few weeks, cats might still show the dog who is boss by hissing whenever the dog walks by. Remember that cats need time to get used to their new dog friend. This will be made more simple if the dog does not bark, growl or chase the cat.Tips to remember:1. Have the animals meet at a neutral territory.2. Lay the dog on his or her back and let the cat come and meet the dog by sniffing.3. Keep in mind that the cat will need time to get used to sharing its home with its new family member.4. Discourage aggressive behavior from both the cat and the dog.
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