Our coton only wants to eat alone in the dark
(Avon, Ohio, USA)
We have a very assertive (not aggressive) cat when it comes to food who WILL, if allowed, eat ANYONE'S food, including humans. The cat and dog belong to Mom who is 86. The dog wants to ONLY eat her food in the dark in another room from anyone else. When we put her food in another room with her, she also does not like anyone to watch her eat or appear to watch her eat. Should we continue to let her eat in a separate room? We do this, assuming she feels intimidated by the cat.
The cat is a friendly, gentle cat who, like most cats, does not come when you call her. She will eat the coton's food unless we separate the dog from the cat. Is letting our dog eat in another room okay or do we need to take her to see the vet? Thanks for your answer.
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