What would make a alpha male cat turn afraid of his own shadow in about 2 weeks time?
He is an outdoor cat and has not been neutured. He has always been around 5 other outdoor fixed cats and had no problem until about 2 weeks ago when he got sick. Now he is jumpy and afraid of every movement or noise.
Ok lady is he a cat living by himself thats the first thing how old is he is the 2nd-
age- cats like people- reach a point where their testosterone levels drop-
If another younger cat also male is around- there might have been a fight and the big-dog- cat lost Also if you have changed houses or a personstayed over changing the family focus-it could've hurt his feelings-maybe he hurt himself sorry lady I need more details or maybe a "Vulcan mindmeld" *hehe*.
Someone maybe through him with a rock or drunk kids tried to drive over hin with there car, you get really mentally screwed people out there, but thats not what heppend to our cat in Mozambique, he got lose from a python that tried to eat him, when we chased it off, ever sins that day he jumped for his own shadow, about a month later he was gone...
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