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by Randy

Hello, I have a 2 yr. old JR female. I am thinking of getting a kitty cat and know that male JRs are not a good mix. My question is, are females as bad as the males as far as integrating a cat into the family and worries of her killing the cat? She is a sweetheart dog with very mild temperment.

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Mar 15, 2012
its not the dog...
by: falon

Honestly my Bruce is a 9month old pup who seems to torment my five year old cat morris. But when it comes down to it the two of them romp around all day long. Sometimes I have to separate them when it gets a bit too rough. But 99% morris knows when to back off. I have had a few friends ask to borrow my cat to see if it would help with their house hold balance, but I couldn't imagine separating the two.
I don't think Bruce my jrt would act differently with any other cat. He's a bit of a bully. But I do think my cat is one special creature who is sometimes far more patient than I am. He's the one that makes the relationship work. From letting Bruce groom him to just walking away from a fight. Try to find a playful cat that doesn't mind standing up for himself. I say himself because these types of cats tend to be male.

Dec 24, 2011
by: aj

Hi there, my jack is male and he's so mild mannered, BUT, not when it comes to wanting to attack my poor cat.

Try her with a cat first.

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