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help with an aggressive young cat
Posted By tdomf_d6e07 On October 23, 2011 @ 6:31 PM In Ask the Vet | 2 Comments
We live with our 7 rescued stray and former feral cats who get along just fine. This past summer, we found and brought home two older kittens/younger cats (not sure of their age) who were emaciated, abandoned, and covered in some sort of detergent. (They were just pitiful.) Dobby and Lyra are healthy and happy now, but Dobby wants to attack three of our cats who show fear and hiss at him. (He gets along fine with the others who ignore him.) If it were just a matter of hissing, it would be OK, but he goes after these three in such an aggressive way, we’ve been juggling them all and keeping them separate so that no one gets hurt. We don’t want our previous rescues to feel terrified in their own home. We have tried the Rescue Remedy our vet suggested, but it had no effect on Dobby. Friends have had success with Prozac in similar situations. What would you recommend?
Thanks so much for any advice you can offer.
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