Getting Started - Household Cats
In multiple cat households, cats
may fight if resources are limited. Resources include food,
water, scratching posts, beds, litterboxes and human
attention. Therefore, up the resources to lower the aggression
Cats often fight among themselves for a variety of other
reasons such as fighting over territory or a female in heat.
In some cases, the cats will never
get along, and must be permanently separated. In most cases it
is recommended to keep cats separated in the home rather than
putting one cat outdoors. If your cats are not getting along
consider a Pet Behavior Analysis with Dr. Tripp
By following some simple guidelines
to keep the tension down, and the positive social interactions
Error-Free Kitten Raising Tips™ and Positive Cat
Parenting™ for your kitten.
Learn to raise a happy,
well-behaved cat and fabulous feline friend for life.
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Tripp, DVM and Susan
Tripp, MS - Animal Behavior Network & Affiliates
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