Food Aggression in Cats

Did you know that cats can be aggression regarding food? Food aggression is one of the most common forms of aggression in cats. If your cat feels that he will miss a meal or has to fight between other cats or pets for food then he will most likely exhibit some form of aggressive behavior including hissing, pawing, and gnashing out with his teeth or claws. If your cat ever lived on the street then he may show signs of aggression over food out of fear that he will not get fed and may go hungry. You can help him overcome this by feeding him at the same time daily to ensure him that he will get fed. You can also let the aggressive cat eat separately so he doesn’t see the other cats and feel the need to fight for or protect his food. Click here for more tips or call your veterinary clinic Sarasota, FL.

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