Animal Behavior Network
Error Free Kitten Raising Tips
by Rolan Tripp, DVM and Susan Tripp, MS

Just minutes a day of learning gives you the best relationship possible with your cat!

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 up.

Error-Free Kitten Raising Tips™ and Positive Cat Parenting™ for your kitten.

For your Education...

Library topics

Cat Housemate Aggression
Feline Body Language

Proper Cat Housing

Powerpoint learning

Inside the Mind and Spirit of Cats
Reading Feline Body Language

Learn to raise a happy, well-behaved cat and fabulous feline friend for life.

Copyright © 2001-Present  - All Rights Reserved - Rolan Tripp, DVM and Susan Tripp, MS - Animal Behavior Network & Affiliates
  Print Friendly Version