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dormondkmcm
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posted 07-11-2003 05:17 PM           Edit/Delete Message
I have two cats that have been living with us for two years. (one cat is a little bigger than the other) The bigger cat seems to be having an aggression problem. At night (and sometimes during the day, but mostly during the night) the bigger cat attacks the littler cat. (they are sisters) Neighter cat gets hurt, but i was wondering if this was normal. They are about two-three years old. They hiss and pounce and cry and they have never played like that before. They a normally very nice cats and they only fight under my bed, never anywhere else in the house.

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nern

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posted 07-11-2003 10:09 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nern     Edit/Delete Message
It may be a territorial issue but as long as they are not huring each other...I would'nt be overly concerned. I have one rambunctious boy that irritates the others because he is so playful..it usually ends in a short hissing match and then everything is fine. If you are concerned and it starts getting too serious you can keep a squirt gun nearby and give them a squirt when this happens to break it up.

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