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Adorable Cat Stickers

We love these cute and funny cat stickers

We love these cute and funny cat stickers

Adorable Cat Stickers

by Ogre Stickers
Adorable Cat Stickers
Adorable Cat Stickers
Adorable Cat Stickers

What is it about?

We love these cute and funny cat stickers! You can easily peel, and place them on a sent text or image on your iPhone or iPad. Use them in different ways to surprise your friends and family. Show how you are feeling with just the right sticker, sent at the right time. Enjoy the best cat app on the market!

Adorable Cat Stickers

App Details

Version
1.1.3
Rating
NA
Size
9Mb
Genre
Stickers Emoji & Expressions Animals & Nature
Last updated
March 8, 2018
Release date
March 3, 2018
More info

App Store Description

We love these cute and funny cat stickers! You can easily peel, and place them on a sent text or image on your iPhone or iPad. Use them in different ways to surprise your friends and family. Show how you are feeling with just the right sticker, sent at the right time. Enjoy the best cat app on the market!

When Apple released iOS 10, it came with sticker packs for the first time on an iPhone or iPad. Stickers are a new and amazing way to express yourself. You can easily send a sticker as an image, or perform a long press on the sticker to give it a "peeled" effect and place that peeled sticker on another text message or even an image. There are many creative ways to use these cat emoticon in your iMessages app.

The cat emoji's found on your keyboard are some of the most used emoji's. These cat stickers allow you to share something larger to your friends and family.

The following technique can be used to introduce a new kitten or cat to your other cat(s). I've been involved in pet rescue most of my life and this technique worked successfully every time. Over the years I've had to make a few modifications when introducing older males or feral cats, but in most cases this will work exactly as outlined. It's assumed your pet is neutered and the new pet is either neutered or less than six months old.

If you have a choice you may want to follow a "wives tale" recommendation and pick a young new cat that is the opposite sex of your pet. For example if you have a neutered male select a female kitten or young female. If you have an older female, select a young male kitten. Many people believe these combinations are the best choices to insure a compatible match. There is some biological support for this argument, but I've merged many same sex, same age cats and it's always been successful.

1. Before you bring a new kitten or cat home, make sure it is free of communicable diseases-Feline Leukemia, Distemper, Rabies, worms, and fleas. Most people avoid adopting a cat that has been exposed to Feline Aides, but there's a mixed jury on how Feline Aides is spread. You may want to read about this topic and form your own opinion before you consider merging a cat exposed to FIV with a healthy cat.

2. While the cats are still in separate locations feed them both a large meal. For example, give both cats a meal that would be comparable to our thanksgiving dinner; choices include their favorite canned food, sardines, tuna, or chicken. Give them at least an extra half serving. You may also want to give a little natural herb relaxant such as "Rescue Remedy".

3. Place the new cat or kitten inside a cat carrier approximately a half hour after the cats finish eating their large meal. Have a friend bring the new cat or kitten into your house and place the carrier in the middle of a living room floor-make sure there is a place where the new cat will be able to hide once it's released from the cage (i.e. a sofa, chair, etc.). If you can't find a friend, to bring in the carrier you can do this yourself, but you must ignore the new cat at all times.

4. Let your cats smell and hiss at each other with your cat running loose in your house and the new cat safe inside the carrier. Since both cats are full and relaxed-it may take 20-30 minutes before the cats notice each other.

5. One hour after you bring the new cat inside open the carrier door, but ignore both cats. Let the new cat come out as it feels ready, this may take up to 30 minutes. The cats may continue to hiss and scream at each other, but usually it's pretty minimal. Most often the new cat will look for a safe place to hide such as under a sofa or chair. If the new cat runs to you, ignore it.

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