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Aggression

Species: cat | Category: behaviour | Submitted: 22 April 2007 11:52AM | viewed 9187 times
Q Fiona asks:

Will getting my female cat spayed help to control my cats aggressive behaviour?

Q Our vet says: It may help but it should probably not be the only course of action taken. You might benefit from getting in touch with a feline behaviourist about this; they will be able to help you understand the behaviour and hopefully control it.

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