Cats And Guinea Pigs Together

I'm planning to adopt 2 guinea pigs. Are cats good with guinea pigs.

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I've never had a problem with a cat harming a guinea pig, and none of our cats have ever bitten a pig.

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Cats and guinea pigs together. Whether or not your cat and guinea pigs can play and live together is completely up to them. If you would dare to do such a thing, then they need to be supervised and be watched carefully until you know that they will be safe in each others company. If you get both your guinea pig and cat when they are each very young and allow them to grow up together, they are especially likely to become friends.

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I was wondering if anyone else has cats and guinea pigs in the same house. “we get bonded pairs here at the shelter often, but it’s usually like cats and dogs — most of the time— a cat and a guinea pig that’s usually a prey situation,” conner said. Some pet owners have had luck letting their cavies and kitties spend time with each other.

I used to have guinea pigs and a cat, and never had a problem. The safest answer is no , you should not keep cats and guinea pigs together. Even if your cats and guinea pigs seem to get.

Cats can make friends with guinea pigs without a problem, especially if you have a cat with a friendly personality. Cats and cavies can get on, but it will take some planning on your part. This will increase the chances of successfully coexisting.

It’s also possible in some cases that cats and guinea pigs will get along. Unfortunately, because guinea pigs are smaller, and more delicate than cats, even a playful paw could end in absolute disaster for everyone. Yes, cats can be good with guinea pigs, but there is no way to confirm that your cat will be good with your guinea pig.

I had cats growing up and they didn't seem all that interested in the guinea pig. Some pet owners have had luck letting their cavies and kitties spend time with each other. Cats are hunters by nature and guinea pigs are prey animals so you do need to be careful when putting them together.

Do you have to keep your guinea pig and cat separate? I have an old manx cat that cares absolutely nothing about the pigs, she pays no attention to them whatsoever. For example, keeping your guinea pig in a safe and predator proof hutch is critical, as is making sure playtime is always supervised.

The real purpose is to show the cat that the guinea pig should be treated with respect, that they are not a prey creature. I haven't had one since i was a girl, and she was a great pet. Cats are predators and still have those instincts, and it only takes a moment for the guinea pig to be killed or seriously injured.

Cat and guinea pigs can live together. If you would dare to do such a thing, then they need to be supervised and be watched carefully until you know that they will be safe in each other’s company. A guinea pig is a toy or a family to a wild cat, but a guinea pig is a toy or a family to your domestic cat.

Cats are quick and guinea. If ever your cat begins to stalk or appear aggressive, separate the animals immediately and try again another day. Even if your guinea pig and cat are fine together numerous times, there just has to be that one fatal event.

Yes, cats and guinea pigs do get along. The younger they both are the better. Even if you are not going to have the cat and the guinea pig in the same room together alone, you are still going to need to introduce the two to one another.

About cats and piggies getting along, i have 2 piggies, and we also have 3 adult cats and 2 kittens living in the house as well. However, even if your cat and guinea pig play happily together 99% of the time, all it takes is one attack or one unexpected reaction from your cat to cause serious injury. The safest answer is no, you should not keep cats and guinea pigs together.

Introduce your cats and guinea pigs early. Whether or not your cat and guinea pigs can play and live together is completely up to them. A cat and a guinea pig may live together, but they must be properly introduced and supervised.

As a result, the safest thing you can do is keep the two animals apart. Discussion starter · #1 · aug 16, 2009. Before your cat is ten weeks old, it’s important to introduce your kitty to your cavies.

The reason is that they don’t need to hunt for their food. It may also cause unnecessary injuries, even if you’re supervising. (this has included the pigs, my ferret, and various stuffed toys) sep 8, 2003.

Your cat may think that your guinea pig is just another animal to be a friend with. Yes, you may be tempted to introduce your pets to each other in an attempt to help them “get along,” but this isn’t recommended. Guinea pigs are prey animals.

You should keep your guinea pig safe from your cats by ensuring that the cats and guinea pigs are separated at all times. A guinea pig's movements and vocalizations may prompt your cat to make a sucessful or unsuccessful attempt to prey upon your pig. If your cats and guinea pigs come into contact with one another, these interactions should be supervised at all times.

Make sure the rodent’s cage is open so the guinea pig can escape to it if need be. Mind you, the cat in question is a female tonkinese who believes every furry thing smaller than her is a kitten in need of a new mommy! The safest answer is no, you should not keep cats and guinea pigs together.

Try to introduce your cat to your guinea pig before the cat is ten weeks old. Every animal is different, and while some may get along, others can have serious issues together. On the other hand, i have housed guinea pigs in my home.

She lived in a hutch in the corner of our kitchen. I know people who have cats and guinea pigs, but don't leave them unsupervised, ever. Even so, cats and guinea pigs are house pets, and they can learn to see each other as family.

Often, this sort of introduction will simply be stressful for your guinea pig and cat. Whether or not your cat and guinea pigs can play and live together is completely up to them. It may seem unusual due to their relationship as predators and preys to each other.

Cats are hunters by nature and guinea pigs are prey animals so you do need to be careful when putting them together. Allow both your cat and the guinea pig to roam freely in the guinea pig’s room. House cats are usually less aggressive compared to their wild counterparts.

“the cat would normally be chasing the guinea pig, so to see them together as best friends is very rare.” To keep both a cat and guinea pigs together, it’s best to raise them from a young age together.

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