A few months ago, I rescued 4 cats (kittens at the time) from my neighborhood. They all get along fine, except that once in a while I'll see one of the male cats biting one of the females at the base of the tail. She doesn't seem to be hurt by it, but it also doesn't look like playing. Has anyone else seen this? What causes this behavior?
by Kim Kennedy 5 years ago
Why would a cat start biting people?Our cat has recently started biting us, particularly when we try to put her out into the workshop at night, where she has a bed. It hurts! Why would this behavior start at age around two?
by Diane Minton 5 years ago
Should we be frightened of dogs biting us when outdoors in the neighborhood?Even if we have never been bitten?
by cre8ivOne 5 years ago
How many pets do you have?
by Christina M. Castro 8 years ago
How do you teach your cat to stop biting you?My daughter's cat is about 18 months old and she will bite when I pick her up or bend down to pet her.
by moca0605 6 years ago
What tricks can you use to teach your cat not to bite?
by DeMina314 7 years ago
I rescued an about 5 month old cat last year, she's never been overly friendly with us or our...kids. We care for her and have treated her with respect, giving her her space and she's been fine. Just recently we got a kitten because our children are younger and want a pet they can actually handle....
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