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Introducing New Cats To Existing Cats Tips

Introducing New Cats To Existing CatsIf you’re a cat lover then you’ve no doubt run into the problem of introducing new cats to existing cats. Sure, you love all your cats equally and you want them to get along, right? What do you do to ensure the cats in your family get along and how do you avoid as much aggressive cat behavior as possible? While it’s true that it isn’t as simple as offering a smile and a handshake, there are things you can do to help your cats develop new, healthy relationships with other cats.

Cat Declawing Alternatives Review

Cat Declawing AlternativesLike it or not, the facts on the negative effects of declawing cats are still up for debate. In many countries it is illegal and considered inhumane, while many in the United States claim that studies on the psychological and physiological damage to felines from declawing are inconclusive.

However, the debate has allowed for many cat declawing alternatives to arise. Thus, it is totally up to the owner which method for dealing with cat behavior problems relating to clawing they choose.

Top 10 Cat Behavior Problems Owners Should Know

Cat Behavior ProblemsEven owners of many cats for many may come across behaviors that are unfamiliar or worrisome. Many cats are different, and react to stimuli in different ways. When dealing with what looks like cat behavior problems, try to understand the reasoning behind the behavior, and how best to handle or alter the behavior. Punishment rarely works for cats, so keep this in mind.

Below are the Top 10 Cat Behavior Problems owners should know, and the best ways how to handle each.

Cat Aggression Towards Other Cats – How To Deal With It?

Cat Aggression Towards Other CatsWhen there is cat aggression towards people, there is always a sense that it can be handled. We’re bigger than they are, we’re more resilient to aggressive cat behavior like the occasional scratch or bite from a cat than from an attack from a dog, and ultimately we know we have the cat’s best interest at heart—our sympathy will win out eventually. However, when there is cat aggression towards other cats, it is more distressing. How can we stop cats from harming each other when punishment or words just don’t work?