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it sounds to me as if that cat is simply setting and reinforcing his personal boundaries with the other cat, and in my opinion he has the right to do that.
Of course, if it did bother you, you can always just break it up by making some noise (not too loud, of course) that will indicate to the cat that you want him to stop. But that will not keep him from doing it when you are not there, of course. When my cat does something I don't like, I just tell him to cut it out and he does. but when I am not there he does whatever he wants.
 
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