Yeah, here's hoping that doesn't happen.
I don't usually give my cats milk but as a treat I am taking Odin (Thor doesn't like milk) into her room and giving them each some milk to drink while he is in there. It will lead to him associating Freya with positive experiences. I drink lactose free milk, so they can handle it. Now I just need to figure out what to
bribepositively reinforce Thor with.
Edit: I really need to stop getting cats now. I'm running out of names of Norse gods and goddesses that I can pronounce.
Odin and Thor are NOT happy. They are hissing and growling at her like crazy. They're pretty much full-grown now and should be ashamed of themselves for being so scared of a little girl. We've got her isolated in our guest bedroom with her own litter tray and food bowl. Thor seems to be getting curious about her but still hisses if she sticks a paw out under the door. Odin growls at any sound she makes on the other side of the door.
When my parents got their third cat (a stray that stayed because my mother fed it ) one of their other cats were NOT a happy kitteh, it was 1,5 years ago and now they are fine, not best buddies but they accept and tolerate each other, it took some time for the old ones, particularly the female, to stop hissing at her.
Is it me or is there a Final Gear Cute Off going on right on?????
Iiiiiiin the Northern Hemisphere, representing canine-kind the world over, it's Ellie and BroMi wiiiiiiitttthhhhh Puuuuuuuuuup!!!
Annnnnd in the Southern Hemisphere, the felicitous felines of Wollongong, deftly managed by stiggie, it's Odin, Thor and Freyaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!
In squeee, two, one........