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This behavior is sounds normal as long as he is still affectionate towards his companion, most kittens play-fight which is perfectly natural. He sounds like he's being protective over the toy as cats often view their toys as prey. It is recommended to give them something to get their energy out, to prevent fighting such as simulating exercises and puzzles. ...


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It sounds like the cats mostly get along, though there may be some possessiveness over their toys which possibly is causing a little bit of aggression. Rather than waiting until the point where you're afraid you have to intervene, preemptively remove the root cause of the problem by making them feel less possessive over their toys. There's a number of things ...


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Rough play is part of kittens learning how to socialize with each other. Kittens do not instinctively understand how sharp their teeth and claws are. They are driven to practice their hunting skills in the form of play, and as a result they will occasionally give each other minor injuries. When a kitten gets hurt, it will either hurt the other kitten back or ...


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Firstly, how large are the other dogs that are around? Try introducing from the bottom up: Introduce a smaller breed such as a shih tzu and gradually desensitize his fear of other dogs until he has no issues no matter which size the dog is. If he reacts poorly to even the smallest of dogs, get him used to the idea of another dog. For example, a shirt, ...


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To me, as someone who kept and bred hundreds of snakes, the key point is this: "But she was jabbing away from me (at no one). (What does that mean?)" What it means, assuming that you weren't silly enough to bother the snake while it was 'in blue' (getting ready to shed), is that there is likely neurological damage to this snake. Snakes do not ...


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