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So with a husky 11 months old, a Possessive a jealous 9 month old cairn, we are actually contemplating bringing an orange kitten into the household.  1 because we’ve always had an orange cat and 2 because of an increasing mouse problem both dogs just ignore 

Our previous husky and the cat were best pals. Dixie is an unknown quantity.  So cairn people advice and experience?   I know. What am I thinking?  I still have to pay for Dixie’s surgery (thus far seemingly completely successful)

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It looks like you have created your own version of “The Peaceable Kingdom” at your house. 

If anyone can handle such a combo, it looks like you can😀!


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Our ginger cat ruled the house - every dog we had bowed down to him and RESPECTED that cat!!! There is something about ginger cats...


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As a daughter of a true ginger I get that!🤣

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Until one has loved an animal, a part of  one's soul remains unawakened.  - Anatole France

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