Stopping Aggressive Cat Behavior Towards Humans

Aggressive cat behavior is a common problem cited by owners. Cats are naturally programmed to hunt and defend themselves with their teeth and claws. In nature, cats need to pounce, scratch, claw, and bite in order to survive. Domesticated cats will retain some of these wild habits even though this is unnecessary to their survival in a human household. In fact, cat owners cite biting as a predominant expression of aggressive tendencies and as the second most common behavioral problem among cats. There are several forms of behavioral aggression among cats, most notably, that between cats and other cats,...

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