Beware of cat
Cats can be territorial. Could be yours doesn't differentiate between
species and defends against all that dare enter. Congratulations on being a
member of his pride.
You do know he probably expects you to back him up if he gets in over his
"jmagerl" wrote in message
Mr.Bonkers is a watch cat. When the doorbell rings, he is right there to
hiss, scratch, bite any stranger that comes into the house. He defends his
property with a vigor. Every other cat I have ever know has prefered to
and hide when a stranger approaches. Not this guy. Lord help any kid that
ever chases him.
When we have a visitor sleep overnight, Mr.Bonkers sits in a chair all
long and stares at them. Its rather upsetting.
IS there any way to teach a cat to be less agressive? He is an indoor,
neutered cat with access to a screened in outside room. HE gets along well
with the other cats in the neighborhood that roam free (thru the screen
is) .It's just he has an active dislike for other humans.
With his human family he's a perfect gentleman. He never raises a claw or
bites (for blood). He's a perfect kitty except for this reaction to