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Covers aggressive behavior exhibited by pets towards humans, other pets, or other animals in general

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up going overboard with the aggression. And now, the other cat sees them as dangerous, and refuses to let them come near. That aggression is not a misunderstanding. It was clearly visible, and the …
answered Nov 28 '17 by Flater
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She’ll be petting him and he’ll want to bite her hand. Or, he will willingly come to HER while we’re laying in bed, cuddle, be loving, and then bites her face hard. Counterintuitively, this may …
answered Jan 14 by Flater
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Not everyone's past has been a happy one. Just like people, a bad experience in the past can drive your present/future behavior. I've experienced this first hand with the first cat we had. For her f …
answered Oct 9 '17 by Flater
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Having two very shy sisters, we adopted a third cat. Barely 4 months old and excessively playful. The story is exactly as you describe it. One sister has never been very playful. The other only on oc …
answered Jul 24 '18 by Flater
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If the underlying cause of the behavior is a lack of food (due to it being denied), is there a practical way to resolve it with rather limited manpower? There are two ways to solve misbehavior: …
answered Nov 30 '18 by Flater