Posts Tagged: feline aggression

DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: SEXUAL AGGRESSION IN CATS

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Contributor: Ms. Margot Raicek (a DVM/MPH Candidate 2016) Background and Description Feline aggression is a significant problem reported to behaviorists, second only to inappropriate elimination in its frequency. A wide variety of motivators for feline aggression exist and distinguishing between them is critical to resolution of the problem. One particular subset of feline aggression is […]

DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: INTER-CAT TERRITORIAL AGGRESSION

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Aggression is one of the most common feline behavior problems reported to behaviorists. Cats may exhibit several different types of aggression including territorial aggression, non-recognition aggression, status-related aggression, fear aggression, redirected aggression and medically-induced aggression. Here I will address territorial aggression – one of the most common expressions of feline aggression. TERRITORIAL AGGRESSION Cats are, […]