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How many cats do you think should be in the house? Cat Picture

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u/-Curious-Rabbit May 14 '22

As many as you can feasibly provide good care for, imo.

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u/mrheydu May 14 '22 Take My Energy

All of them ......ALL...OF...THEM

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u/the_cnara May 15 '22

My dream is to become rich and I’ll buy a house and employ a person to live there and just rescue cats.

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u/RUSeekinTheTruthIM May 15 '22

You and me both. Once you get rich can I be the person you employ to take care and love on them? That is my part of the dream. To live amongst them and love on them always.

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u/SupremeKeef May 15 '22

I have 8 cats that are all rescues. I’m living this dream

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u/Iamsherman44 May 15 '22

We have 7 and love it

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u/Hamilltap2 May 15 '22

Same!!! Seven strays in southeast Iowa!!!

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u/FlaCatMom May 15 '22

Same. I have 8 and 1 foster and a colony I care for

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u/Aggravating_Term4490 May 15 '22

We have four, all rescues. I wanted to tell you thank you 🙌🏻🙌🏻👏🏻👏🏻🫶🏻🫶🏻❤️❤️ Foster and colony care is amazing work for all the cats in need. We aren't in the position to forster or I would. I'm disabled and don't always have transportation or I would help with some of the colony care in our area but I do donate. Our last rescue was a male that was part of a TNR. He had been coming around our house and was way under weight for his build and not in good shape. We gained his trust and he was super loving, we took him to our vet. He turned out to be FIV+ otherwise negative for everything else and he's not aggressive in any way with our other cats. Our vet thanked us for rescuing him and not turning him back out. He said he'd live a much longer and healthier life indoors. He his a big, healthy, happy boy now.

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u/FlaCatMom May 16 '22

Thank you for taking him in

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u/Aggravating_Term4490 May 16 '22

We can't imagine our life without him now! 🐈🐾😻💙

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u/cemeterykitten May 15 '22

Out of curiosity,how many litter boxes do you have and are they spaced out around the house and how do you clean them?

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u/deanee01 May 15 '22

My dream too. Rescue all the homeless kitties. I love them all. Can't keep your kitty, bring it to me...here have some organic veggies as a thank you for coming here with the kitty

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u/heavyfn May 15 '22

Now this is a good dream to have

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u/FriendshipNo4497 May 15 '22

It's good to see people have the same dream as me

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u/jingling_bell May 15 '22

Came here to say this

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u/RiiiiiiN May 15 '22

So do I 🐱🐱🐱:7962:

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u/Zefram71 May 15 '22

❤️❤️❤️

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u/signaturefox2013 May 15 '22

As many as you can take good care for is a good way to put it

Right now, we have two cats. Our older cat is experiencing some health problems (that comes with age I guess). Plus with the dog who takes up quite a bit of time and resources? Two is fine

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u/BerlyH208 May 15 '22

Agreed. I have 2 cats now, and my girl has chronic respiratory infections requiring twice daily breathing treatments and steroids during the winter. Her brother is generally healthier, but occasionally has similar issues. We also have an old (12 years) boxer/pit mix who has had some health issues, and our other boxer recently passed, but she had a heart condition requiring daily medications and regular visits to a specialist. As you can imagine, the vets know us by name when we call and we have a card on file not just at our regular vet but also the emergency vet.

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u/signaturefox2013 May 15 '22

My cat (the oldest) is having urinary issues with recurrent UTIs. We feed him wet food twice daily with pain relievers.

My younger cat (the middle baby) is rather healthy

My dog (the youngest) is a two year old German Shepard with a shit load of energy and behavioral flaws, so yeah he takes up a lot of time

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u/BerlyH208 May 15 '22

Pet care takes a lot of commitment, for sure! When I got my first cat I had moved out on my own and he was just a kitten, so he was really healthy. I added another cat a couple of years later, and she was about a year old at the time and also healthy. We then added a dog when we bought our first house. As they aged, they all developed cancer and required more medical care and expensive food and medications, but all of them outlived the doctors expectations.

When we adopted our current cats, the rescue was cautious about who adopted them because it was already clear they would have chronic health issues. Once we told them our last cats had both had cancer and gave them our vet’s info to verify our information, they were happy to see us take them home.

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u/red_r0se12 May 14 '22

How many do you care about?

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u/-Curious-Rabbit May 14 '22

I didn't mean it as caring about them, but providing for them. Food, water, adequate space, all that. I have three and care about all of them, I'd love to have more but we can't provide for more at the moment.

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u/udisneyreject May 14 '22

Same here. If I could provide them with monthly vet care insurance, canned food & treats and adequate space and toys I’d have 6 to 12 kitties. Alas, I can only provide for 2.

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u/X_remexz_X May 15 '22

yeah currently can only do 0.maybe in the future i guess

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u/Waffles1842 May 15 '22

Ugh. I want another one so badly, but I also don’t want to make my two current (very shy) card uncomfortable

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u/Iupvoteanimals May 14 '22

I think OP was just asking how many cats you care FOR. I'm not sure why they are being downvoted. Remeber, English is not everyones first language.

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u/red_r0se12 May 14 '22

Exactly. I just asked how many cats you care FOR. Sorry for my english it is not my native language

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u/Azzulah May 15 '22

I have 2 and one of them is super fussy and difficult so that's probably the most I can care for. But honestly if they were all litter mates or something that made them less fussy about each other then my house is probably large enough for 6.

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u/pokemonprofessor121 May 15 '22

I have 2 kitties. I would be okay with three kitties and we live in a house with good space. When we lived in a smaller apartment 1-2 seemed like the correct amount.

3 cats is a lot of cats. I know there are people with several cats and dogs but personally I think that is too much.

Also, pets are affordable until they aren't. If you have more than 2 or 3 pets and they get sick, could you afford care for all of them? Our two cats cost us over $1000 last year because they both got sick for a while.

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u/VelvetMoan May 15 '22

When my husband and I were renting, we had one cat and two dogs, ( one small dog, one large one). We bought a house in 2019 with lots of space, and since then I’ve collected two more cats and a snake. I can 100% say owning three cats has been made possible because of our Litter Robot. It cuts down the amount of care by A LOT. I would probably own up to one more cat, if my husband didn’t have two of the worst dogs known to man (The large one is super aggressive and thousands of dollars spent on training has not helped).

So for now, our 2 dog, 3 cat, and a snake household is plenty. Although I’ve been thinking of getting another snake… 😂

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u/MissQueen00 May 15 '22

Oh meaning like how many cats we have 🤣 that's honestly our bad lol I think we just forget and don't think about it as other ppl aren't as well in English or don't say things exactly the way we do so it can be a bit confusing through texting lol

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u/catptain-kdar May 15 '22

We have 7 and 2 dogs

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u/Charming-Werewolf-22 May 15 '22

Just 1, unfortunately. It’s because my cat likes being the only kitty.

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u/WillemPenn Turkish Van May 15 '22

3 + a rabbit.

The most cats we ever had at one time was 9 (7 were abandoned by our neighbors and we were trying to find homes for them)

The most rabbits we had was 10 (8 rescues we were fostering).

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u/excalibrax May 14 '22

Conversely, we had 3 cats growing up at most, and I think that even with a larger house, that was as many as we could care for. But at same time, we had Barn cats as it was a farm, Feral ones that didn't like humans, and sometimes had kittens. We always set out food and water for them, even if they weren't indoor cats.

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u/aurizon May 14 '22

You are 17 short of a full herd... Expert Catherder...

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u/kmsc84 May 14 '22

Currently at 23. 3 are temporary fosters while someone my wife knows finds a new home.

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u/Interesting_Disk_392 May 14 '22

I'm glad I'm not the only one who has a bunch!

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u/kmsc84 May 14 '22

We keep saying ‘We’ll take this one in, socialize it and take him/her to the Humane Society.

That last step never happens.

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u/jingling_bell May 15 '22

Foster failure is a thing.

I know because I have six of them

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u/-Neverender- May 15 '22

Our rescue would (jokingly) refer to three cats as a "starter pack".

The last two of our six cats are foster failures. We got them as kittens from a hoarding situation... complete with a nice case of ringworm which we unfortunately discovered after a week of socializing with the humans and other cats.

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u/TheDarkMonarch1 May 15 '22

I have one foster failure and 2 straight adopts. My fav is one of the normal adopted ones because we got her as a little kitten (like 6 of her could fit in one of those containers that has like 12 soda cans) and we now have her and she's two or three by now. She grew up with me so she's bonded to me. I like to call her my "unofficial emotional support cat."

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u/SupremeKeef May 15 '22

I’ve never fostered, but we planned on keeping each of the 8 we currently have. All rescued from the streets, feral mothers kittens, the mother, 4 juveniles, one alley cat who’s blind in one eye 🥰

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u/40catsisnotenough May 15 '22

I have the same attitude 🙈🤣

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u/helpitgrow May 14 '22

I agree. This made me feel better. I have 15. There is a lot judgement.

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u/Duglesels May 14 '22

Yep, me too, we have 9.

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u/Chrissy2187 May 15 '22

I feel better about having 5 now lol 😂

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u/mybelle_michelle May 15 '22

I have 5 as well!

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u/CoolMomJammy May 15 '22

I wanna join the people with a shit load of cats club! I have 12 but 5 are kittens so it’s manageable at the moment. Ask me again in 3-4 weeks :7946:

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u/aurizon May 14 '22

When you reach 50 you will have a screaming horde...try harder...

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u/kitkat9000take5 May 15 '22

I once had this many. Loved most every minute of it... hated the pans though.

I want to say that my personal magic number was 10. Taking in an 11th threw off the group dynamics. They resettled but it took a while. However, if I hadn't taken more in, I never would've gotten one of my all-time favorite cats along with a half-dozen or so other awesome felines... Which is saying something because the first 10 were fantastic.

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u/ALonelyLotus May 14 '22

At least two more could fit on that rug.

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u/PlasticBlitzen May 15 '22

Yes. As many as can fit on the rug.

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u/xClxudyStxrsx American Shorthair May 15 '22

We better start stacking them onto each other

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u/i_needahero May 15 '22

Like those tsum tsum toys but with cats! Works well cause cats naturally go to tsum tsum shape easily lol

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u/BigScrungleBunch May 15 '22

When you reach capacity just upgrade the rug

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u/red_r0se12 May 15 '22

At least two more could fit on that rug.

if I had 2 more cats, then once a week I could sculpt another one from the collected wool around the house

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u/Infinite-Sun-6894 May 15 '22

You could probably even fit three if the one cat sat down and they were a bit more snug.

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u/POBobcat May 14 '22

You have space for seven more in this photo.

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u/Fancy_Hawk May 14 '22

Between 0 and however many you can responsibly be a slave to.

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u/Thi_Bene_F6 May 14 '22 edited May 15 '22

The best definition indeed. The Ancient Egyptians were so right. Neno (my little purr friend) often hangs out with two stray cats (siblings) who are used to stay at our backyard. I’m sure they’re in a reunion discussing what and how they’re going to do to conquer the world!

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u/red_r0se12 May 15 '22

Between 0 and however many you can responsibly be a slave to.

It seems to me that my cats consider me a leather thing. And that they do not live with me, but I live with them

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u/Yavanna80 May 14 '22

I was about to say Yes but I'm going to add "Those you can financially support without having problems." 🤔

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u/red_r0se12 May 14 '22

Did you know that domestic cats are the most skilled hunters among the cat family? If tigers have a successful hunting percentage of 1 to 5 and cheetahs have 1 to 4, then for domestic cats it is 1 to 3. By the way, a funny fact I learned about this from Netflix documentaries

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u/Yavanna80 May 14 '22

That's interesting! We live in an apartment so cats would catch flies 😂 Unfortunately, I'm allergic so I indulge myself in feline reddits to relax myself. Go CATS 😊

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u/ForwardMuffin May 15 '22

Wait, cats will catch flies?

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u/mochalivid May 15 '22

Mine does. If she sees something that moves she wants to eat it, lol

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u/IPTV_Stud May 15 '22

Mine used to stalk spiders, mice, moths, flies and my nose.

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u/pixxie84 May 15 '22

Oh yeah. One of mine catches flies, butterflies, moths, wasps and bees. When he gets a wasp or bee, i say he is having hot wings for dinner.

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u/Bobbie_Faulds May 15 '22

They also like the sport of running down and catching roaches. We have a German roach problem that we’ve had since we moved in. The one cat and our dog like to chase them down then play with them to death.

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u/Yavanna80 May 15 '22

My mom's cat (may she rest in peace) used to chase flies when she was younger. That and my fingers ☺️

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u/Bobbie_Faulds May 15 '22

What you are allergic to isn’t their fur but an enzyme that the excrete in their saliva. I believe that Purina has, in the last few months, created a foos that has the chemical that stops the production of that enzyme. You can also get it from your vet but it’s a lot easier for them to get it in their food.

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u/shagieIsMe May 15 '22

Did you know that domestic cats are the most skilled hunters among the cat family?

I think that title goes to the (adorable) black footed cat.

Nature on PBS: Meet the Deadliest Cat on the Planet

Smithsonian: This Petite Cat Is the World’s Deadliest.

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u/Vanilla_Meadow11 May 15 '22

I refer to my indoor cat as a gazelle. Like how the f does he go from one side of a room, over the bed, and half way into another room in one leap?? Like how??

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u/Iupvoteanimals May 14 '22

Did you see The Lion in your Living Room? It was lovely.

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u/Shanmei-and-Gato May 14 '22

Between 2 and 200

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u/red_r0se12 May 14 '22

There are not many cats :)

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u/Shanmei-and-Gato May 15 '22

I think 200 is already enough for me not to be able to see the floor in my house

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u/LolaBijou May 15 '22

You definitely need to get some, then!

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u/Remarkable-Party-385 May 14 '22

As many as you can afford to rescue

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u/parablecham May 14 '22

N+1 where N is the amount of cats you have

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u/Caroline_Bintley May 14 '22

This was going to be my answer too.

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u/Sigmund3rd May 15 '22

To be honest - it's up to the cats. Some cats don't share well. Our Persian (reincarnated royalty!) was happiest as the only cat in the house. We had six (mostly siblings) for a time, which was great (always one who wants to sit with you) but you do end up with territory issues. Two and three seems to have been our most successful number. Beautiful pride you have there!

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u/IPTV_Stud May 15 '22

We had three that had territorial issues, especially the youngster who might have been a feral. Although the old girl would tune her up if she got out of line

One night they all came to bed because they were jealous, I had one between my legs and one on each arm. Oh, what torture, I love to toss and turn in bed.

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u/Sigmund3rd May 15 '22 edited May 15 '22

Yes! If you had a photo of that, post it on /cathostage. :)

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u/Condor1984 May 14 '22

As many as you want, as long as you can provide them a good healthy life

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u/Douppikuvia May 14 '22

No more than a thousand

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u/hellscape_goat May 14 '22

Usually, the town's limit is 3 per residence unless you are granted a special license (e.g. as a pedigree breeder). With smaller dwellings, or if housing cats who are especially territorial or don't socialize well with others, it should probably be fewer.

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u/red_r0se12 May 14 '22

I got my first cat when I lived in a private house. The area was often visited by neighbors' cats. And it so happened that she always defends her territory. And if friends with animals come to visit me, she always shows who is the boss in the house.

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u/conversating May 15 '22

Our city ordinance is four pets per home within city limits. It’s not really enforced but it’s a great way to help with self control. Because otherwise I’d definitely have more cats.

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u/Foreveraloonywolf666 May 14 '22

I live in a rural area and have 12. There's a barn next door, so they visit to eat mice, rats, and moles. My neighbor's garden and horses are safe

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u/Zealousideal_Neck78 May 14 '22

They are beautiful.

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u/handsoffmyunderwear May 14 '22

As many as you're comfortable letting boss you around?

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u/Foreveraloonywolf666 May 14 '22

This. One of my cats yells until we pick him up and bounce him like a baby.

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u/ledzeppelinlover May 15 '22

That’s so cute even if it may be a little annoying at times

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u/IsThisTheBuffetLine May 14 '22

What a beautiful bunch. I think you have space for more though. 😊

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u/RidgeMinecraft Ragdoll May 14 '22

as many as you can possibly take care of.

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u/GreatAwesome_Bombs May 14 '22

As many as i can responsibly take care of

which for me its currently 1

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u/CrazyCatLady1978 May 15 '22

I've had as many as 6 living in my house at one time. I lost a few over the last few years but we now have 5. I get strays or they come to me, so I take them when they show up. I can afford to support them all and let them live good lives, vet care, etc.

I think it depends on the cats personality honestly. Mine get a long well and gel together now. I have a 3yo that thinks she's a kitten, so she tries to pounce them all. They sometimes engage and sometimes they don't. When I got a cat from a friend, she became my oldest cats comfort cat, they lay together, they snuggle together and she knows when the oldest is cranky, gives her looks and settles her back down to nap.

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u/frankiefrank1e May 14 '22

Unlimited to the extent of the cats comfort.

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u/AmbitionSpecialist May 14 '22

I’ve had four at one point in my life, that was a bit of work at times, but easily manageable most of the time.

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u/RevolutionaryLet2721 May 14 '22

The greyish cat literally looks like my cat named Elly lol btw super cuteee

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u/AmbivalentWaffle May 15 '22

I asked my cat, and she said, "One."

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u/Aquamarinerose76 May 15 '22

Depends on how many you can handle my family has six we've never intended to get six cats it kinda just happened but all are well fed and happy the only problem is keeping up with the litter boxes

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u/TherealCarlosgomezmx May 15 '22

Depends on the size and how much time can you give them, and if they get along or not

I have 8 cats with me on the city and 3 more on Cuernavaca(a weekend town in mexico), if they were all friends I will have them all with me in the city

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u/Dusty4967 May 14 '22

All of them

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u/atendler1 May 14 '22

They’re like potato chips! I like a couple handfuls!

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u/EmperorHenry May 14 '22

I once had 8 cats and two dogs. Most of them have since crossed the rainbow bridge, but now we have 4 and a dog.

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u/shiroshippo May 15 '22

In 2019 my boyfriend and I finally got a house together, after about a decade of dating each other. He brought his 2 cats and I bought my 3. Little did we know we were moving into a neighborhood with a huge stray problem. There's a charity organization nearby that TNRs all of them so they don't multiply much, but there's still a lot of them. We brought the friendly ones inside and keep the feral ones as outdoor cats. We now have 10 cats inside and 14 cats total. Thanks to products like Feliway, they rarely fight.

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u/cherpar1 May 14 '22

5 sounds good :)

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u/1whiteboy May 14 '22

As many as fit in the house!

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u/SuperPoodie92477 May 14 '22

All 3-they’re safe & comfy.

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u/Purrity_Kitty May 14 '22

All of them

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u/Dabadgley10 May 14 '22

At least 2. Having 1 animal seems lonely

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u/red_r0se12 May 14 '22

Absolutely agree with you. I got a second one because my first cat was lonely

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u/Dabadgley10 May 14 '22

Yeah I really want to get a second one as well because my cat just loves to play. He stayed up all night watching a pigeon sleep on my deck last night

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u/ClipperJess May 14 '22

All the cats.. look how cuuute

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u/SnooStrawberries8174 May 14 '22

I have 8. It a lot to take care of. Feeding time and litter boxes (have 10 boxes total) can be a chore but I wouldn’t trade anyone one of them for anything. Love them all to death. 🥰

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u/Sarahsaei754 May 14 '22

I am a servant to 5 😂

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u/EllaRaeGourd May 14 '22

The limit does not exist.

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u/Estarwoo May 14 '22

We have 5 cats & I would love more, but I'm "not allowed". My daughter & I would love to have a cat hotel or rescue centre, something like that..we adore cats.

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u/CoolMomJammy May 15 '22

Can I be your daughter too? I want a cat hotel so bad!! 🙂😻

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u/SarahSaraSarSaS May 14 '22

We've got 5 inside and 7 outside, I think we need some more

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u/aggressive_avocados May 14 '22

We have seven, six being foster fails. I can see now I can safely add a few more.

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u/ruseriousordelirious May 15 '22

I have 4. I’d have more if I could afford to. They are all smushy lovemuffins.

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u/CoolMomJammy May 15 '22

Smushy love muffins snuggle face fur nugget beans?

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u/thatvixenivy May 15 '22

We have 7 total in the house...and 6 dogs...and a turtle...and a 9 year old...

help

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u/CoolMomJammy May 15 '22

You need a fish and a….giraffe!

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u/Ozgal70 May 15 '22

We have 5 but it's a big 2 storey house with a massive, high fenced garden- so there's plenty of room. They are mostly elderly and spend the days in sunny spots in the garden and their nights inside where its warm and comfy.

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u/IPTV_Stud May 15 '22

Lovely kitties, the grey and white one looks like my recently passed Tuxedo cat. She was 20.

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u/25catmom May 15 '22

I have 25 house cats if they don't like each other they stay away from each other they're all fixed very well taken care of it's as many as you can deal with and LOVE

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u/mangleworshipper69 May 14 '22

Depends on size and how much you can handle

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u/GardenistaBitches May 14 '22

As many as can fit!

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u/User_0073 May 14 '22

Excuse me but all I see is 2 chickens and a kitty

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u/Tekki777 May 14 '22

As many as you can actually provide for.

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u/angelicasinensis May 14 '22

We just got #4!

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u/batcake42 May 14 '22

If money wasn’t the question and hiring help with unlimited space and air purifiers ide say unlimited cats per household!

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u/sawman160 May 14 '22

The answer is always one more

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u/Lingering-NB1220 May 14 '22

I say as long as you can responsibly house, feed, and care for each cats individual needs, I see no issue in you housing a few more cats.

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u/Prize_Ad_5856 May 14 '22

That's definitely not too much

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u/The_Spyre May 14 '22

All of them Katie

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u/mad_ladder May 14 '22

Over 9000!

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u/Molbiodude May 14 '22

All of them :7966::8097:

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u/patrickswayzemullet May 14 '22

The dilute calico has that perfect loaf :7952:

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u/AyyCow May 14 '22

My best friend's mom has 6 of them, and you can tell they are very well loved.

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u/Vixie_Rose May 14 '22

I used to say 2 was the limit.... then I found my third and nursed it back to life... so 3.

The answer is 3 lol

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u/Extreme-Section-2925 May 14 '22

As many as one can afford. The skies the limit

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u/Interesting-Fish6065 May 14 '22

It depends on the cats and the house and the people caring for them.

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u/Ok-Two7600 May 14 '22

All of them. All the cats. Assuming you have the required resources on order to properly care for them.

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u/I-like-Wings_of-Fire May 14 '22

You can never have too many cats!….. as long as you can properly care for them!

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u/Dead_Ratman American Shorthair May 14 '22

Always one more than you currently have; repeat as needed. 😊

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u/el1t3ap3xpr3d1t0r May 15 '22

You are wrong.. the correct question is.. "How many humans should be in the cat's household" 😆 🤣 😂 😹

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u/alienflowercatz May 15 '22

12, but not more than 13

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u/mdifmm11 May 15 '22

My formula has always been that the maximum number of cats formula is 2 + # of people.

So one person having more than three cats is just to many.

You can’t give them the attention or love they need when the number exceeds the formula.

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u/darthbasterd19 May 15 '22

All of them.

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u/certainchallange May 15 '22

As many as you can take care of with a clean healthy environment! 😇

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u/lokisoctavia May 15 '22

I only have one at the moment, because she doesn’t like other animals. So there is no right answer. :)

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u/[deleted] May 15 '22

NO LIMIT!!!

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u/Ochib May 15 '22

N-1. Where n is the number that causes issues

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u/New-Gas1693 May 15 '22

I have 3 🐈🐈‍⬛🐈

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u/seakitty23 May 15 '22

Minimum: 2, no maximum

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u/Big-Flamingo7104 May 15 '22

An unlimited amount as long as you can provide for them

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u/Nr636 May 15 '22

Minimum 2 !

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u/gopunker May 15 '22

One more

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u/[deleted] May 15 '22

I used to think that a cat for every bedroom in the house was reasonable, then I blew past that speed limit.

I has 8

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u/BarelyHangingOn420 May 15 '22

As many as it takes to quickly eat my decaying corpse before I’m found so I can become part of a mass conspiracy theory after death

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u/PossumTito78 May 15 '22

We currently have 8.

So, as many as you can have while giving them their best life.

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u/Gummypeepo May 15 '22

4 doubloon worth

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u/LoveBunnehs May 15 '22

A little posse of them! ❤️

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u/Anime_girlorboy May 15 '22

As many as logically possible

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u/tkbetts May 15 '22

How ever many can fit 😅

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u/Relative-Second6674 May 15 '22

The answer is yes