Why is my female cat hissing at my male cat all of a sudden?@
I've had my male cat for 4 years now and I've have my female for 2 years since she was born. They have always been fine with each other. No problems. I recently got him neutered and she still didn't have any issues with him until today. I took him outside for a walk like I've always done. I don't take her bc she don't like the outdoors. When I brought him back inside 20 mins later she was hiding under the bed. When I went to lay down normally they are both in bed with me. Well she seen him and started hissing at him and ran away. She had done that a hand full of times already.. need help plz
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