How do you stop a female cat from fighting with a male?
We have a 4 year old female and a 10 month old male cat. Female HATES the male and growls, hisses and tries to scratch him anytime he comes into a room. How do we stop this? Tried giving her extra attention, always feeding her 1st, etc. and nothing works. Any help is much appreciated!
We have the opposite problem, a male cat that fights with two older female cats. We yell at him and swat him on his rear with a fly swatter. Usually, just picking up the fly swatter gets him to straighten up! When your male cat gets a little older they will tolerate each other better. Make them get used to being in proximity of each other gradually she'll "get over it". http://hubpages.com/hub/Let-a-cat-adopt-you
maybe they just don't like each other, just like human not every male and female get along
I throw things on the male cat who is flirting around my female cat..I put my female cat inside the room so that there will be no fighting between two cats.
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I will put him in an old aquarium. It is large enough.I am soliciting all advice as to hamsterdom. For real. Of course, as always, I welcome humor as well.
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