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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-14-2003, 02:04 PM Thread Starter
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My kitty fights back!!

I just moved in with my mom, who has a 2 year old half siamese female, and a 8 month old mixed cat. Gill, my one year old male who is declawed and neutered, is very loving and got along immediately with the mixed kitten. BUT, Baby, the 2 year old siamese, hates Gill. I have been here for 3 weeks now, and she attacks him any time he goes near her! My poor Gill usually just runs away. But last night, Gill I think had enough. (he is much larger than Baby mind you) Baby was chasing Gill as usual, and this time, he turned around and stood up on his hind legs and started whacking her in the face with his paws (it's ok..he has no claws). Baby was stunned and ran away! LOL Now they seem to have stopped fighting. Good for my boy eh? :p
Got any cat fight stories?
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-17-2003, 10:30 PM
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I already got Ning Ning for 1 year when I adopted 1 month Put Put. She was being so mean and making so much noise to lil Put Put.
But I really think that Ning Ning actually scared of Put Put, because while she makes all the noise, it's only few times she acted on it.
She gave Put Put a good slap and then ran away leaving Put Put hurt and wondered... After a week Ning ning stop making funny noise and they live happily ever after... Yay...

I think it's true that animals only attack when they feel threatened (or hungry maybe) . Unlike human who often hurt others for their own selfishness.
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