Try introducing them to each other again, this time slowly. Keep one in another room for a few days. Feed them both near the closed door and switch out items with their scent so they can get used to the scent. Also, be sure they are all fixed because cats use scent to learn, judge, meet, introduce, well you get the idea. An unfixed cat in a household of fixed ones can cause a big problem. Once you have them introduced slowly, then be sure you are with them when they are in the same room.
I have a newer senior cat addition and performed all the steps. My other cat is younger, but the older cat has been seeking out the younger cat and fighting. I redirect him and tell him off, but he actively goes back to fighting my other cat. It has come to the point that I'm ready to rehome him. I don't know what else to do, and it is becoming very stressful for all. What can I now do to resolve this?
My younger cat is a male, and he bullies my older female cat. He watches her while she eats, and when she's done, he will attack her, jumping at her and biting her neck. Then he will eat from the bowl. He waits for her at the doorway of the bedroom and bathroom (after she goes potty) and attacks her. I strongly say no, but he continues to attack on a daily basis. How do I get him to stop attacking her?
My cat has been with us for about 2 years. He loves his daddy, but all of a sudden he has been acting strangely toward him. He follows him around fussing and acting like he wants to fight him, and his daddy has been fussing back at him like he is going to spank him or hit him and fussing with him. It is worrying me. What should I look for?
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