Thanks for the quick reply to my last post - now another annoyance. My kittens (they are sisters) get very aggressive / defensive when fed "people food" treats. They go absolutely crazy for little tidbits of whatever we are eating, and have a tendency to grab our hands, bite our fingers, and in general just be entirely over-zealous about the treat. In addition, once they have the little morsel, they will growl, snarl, and scratch at us if we get too close. They also do this to each other, if one cat approaches the other while she's got a tidbit. This is not a problem at all when it comes to their daily food, and they don't bother us too much for treats. It is only when we give them some. We don't want to stop giving them the occasional treat, but we want them to "have a little respect." I have had many kittens, and never had this problem to such a degree, only minor in the past. Will they grow out of it?
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12/13/00 at 11:55am