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RE: Aggressive cat? Help!

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Posted by: ellasmommie at Mon Nov 3 00:47:51 2003  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ellasmommie ]  
   

Take him to the vet and have him checked. Some cats display this sort of behavior as a way of getting your attention and tell you that something is hurting or they are uncomfortable. Perhaps a UTI or something.

Main Coons can sometimes be rather aggressive becayse they are still quite connected to their feral bloodline. But I would have him checked anyway to rule out any health problems. If all comes back clear then talk to your vet about what steps can be taken from there. I had a friend of mine that actually had to give her cat anti-depressants because of his irratic behaviour and aggression. It was almost like the cat had a form of ADD and when he got bored he would attack their other cat and them.


   

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