At Christmas, my daughter adopted a kitten *female (left on street). The vet said she is around 7 weeks old now. She is good and like to play with my dog (Chihuahua). They're playing well. She likes food and eat a lot. Never stop eating. We can't leave the food on bowl because she'll eat all up. She seems like never know when to stop. And never can feel she is full!
My old cat *male 12 years old didn't want to go close to her. Even run away when he hear her bell sounded. He left his food and run away when the kitten comes. He didn't want to sleep at home now. Wednesday, he was diagnosed with renal disease. I'm worrying about the old cat and wandering why they can't live together?
Has anyone come across with this situation? I hope I can solve the problem and have a happy family.
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