Why do sibling cats bully or fight one another
I rescued two male feral cats that appeared to be siblings along with a stray small cat. I used a trap cage, took them to a vet and got both males neutered. The smaller tortoiseshell cat was missing when I trapped the two male but later I found out it was a female and while they were in the shop she had 6 kittens. I was later able to trap her and bring her in the house with her kittens but was told I had to wait until she was finished nursing. When the males came home I kept them in a cage separate until they were healed and since they were not mine I thought they would go back to where th
To show dominance. The cat that wins is the most dominant one and all the other cats must submit to him/her or leave.
by gryphin423 6 years ago
My cat Zoe loves to walk around the house with her pet squirrel and cry sadly and then puts it in my shoe or near the closed door I am behind. I am guessing it is similar to my one cat I had years ago that would catch birds and leave them on my doorstep, sort of an "I Love You Mom" thing....
by beverlyannblock 7 years ago
What kind of cat do you have?
by Adrienne Janet Farricelli 6 years ago
Why do cats give "love bites"?
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
A couple of months ago, three feral mama cats took up in our yard, and all three had kittens. In all, there were 8 kittens, and I fed everybody three times a day. I worked very hard to tame the adult cats and I was successful. I then began taming the kittens. One had become very tame and sweet. He...
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