I have a male cat who's fixed. He's around two-years-old. He attacks my oldest cat as well as my newest cat. My newest is pregnant. What should I do?

Answer

I would suggest giving the pregnant cat a place of her own to rest and be comfortable, even a bathroom or a bedroom away from him may work. The two-year-old male is still pretty young. Did he recently get neutered? The hormones may still be working themselves out. After your female cat has her kittens, I suggest making sure everyone is spayed and neutered. This will likely cut down on the tension, and also help control the surplus pet population.

Updated on April 12, 2018

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Best Ways to Stop a Cat From Being a Bully
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