My cat was recently spayed.. She has now started to attack the 2 small dogs in the home.
She never did this before. One minute she's calm & shows affection, the next she's swatting at the dogs. The dogs do not go after her..they do this 'stare-down' thing..& now it's like my cat is possessed! What could be the problem? It's been about 10 days since she was fixed. Help!!
Maybe she thinks they are making fun of her…whatever, sounds like they are definitely getting on her nerves. Best thing is to talk to her vet.
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