Should I go for a male or a female kitten to make sure they both accept each other and become friends? If the kitten is willing to play with you and other kittens in the litter, and reacts adequately towards different stimuli, you should be fine. Instead, make a separate room for the new kitten with its own litter box, water and food trays, bed and everything else here, read more about bringing a kitten home and make sure you introduce both cats after the new kitten feels comfortable in his new environment.
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A lady's companion was a woman of genteel birth who lived with a woman of rank or wealth as retainer. The term was in use in the United Kingdom from at least the 18th century to the midth century but it is now archaic. The role was related to the position of lady-in-waitingwhich by the 19th century was only applied to the female retainers of female members of the royal family.
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When Mom and I travel together and she needs to "powder her nose," it's never been a problem for me to accompany her to the restroom. It's always good to know that I can be nearby if she needs "a square" as Elaine from Seinfeld so aptly demonstrates! Travel companions aren't always the same sex, though, and in those cases bathroom visits can be a bit more complicated.
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Found first in 6c. Frankish Lex Salica, and probably a translation of a Germanic word cf. Gothic gahlaiba "messmate," from hlaib "loaf of bread".
Like many people in late middle age, I find myself wondering if my next dog will be different. I have long shared my life with retrievers — active, field-bred dogs who throw themselves with joy into every situation and every puddle of water bigger than a dinner plate. Their boisterousness is infectious: My dogs make me happy.