My partner and I moved into a larger place and brought our 3 cats. One is fearful and aggressive, while the other two are sweet. We have been keeping them in one small bedroom and want to let them out soon. What order should we let them out in?
My partner and I moved into a larger place yesterday - from an apartment to a duplex. We brought our human baby and our 3 cats (our other babies). One of our cats is fearful and aggressive when we move, at the vet, or when the others come back from the vet etc. - any big change or change in smells. The other two are the sweetest things. As the wisdom states, we kept them all in one small bedroom with food, water, beds, and a couple coves ;)
Later that night (still on first day), agro one escaped her captors (us), and ran into a nearby bathroom. So we decided let’s set her up in there with her necessities. This seems like it may have been a mistake. Cause then she got very aggressive again - scratching, growling and making her demonic sounds.
So now - my question - since it’s been 24 hours, we want to let them out soon (next hour or two), as everyone seems anxious to be let out - so we want to know: What order should we let the babies out in:
1) the two sweeties first, let them roam 30 mins or so, then let psycho out.
2) vice versa Or
3) all at once. Note: the rest of the house is pretty open - so there’s not really any more small places we can open them up to - it kinda has to be the rest of the place at this point. Thanks very much for your help !! Wish us luck. (If it doesn’t work, please send an exorcist.)