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post #1 of 9
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the story i have 3 cats
1- felfel : male 3 years old i bought it when he was too young
2- bondoka: female around 4 years old i bought it adult and felfel was young and bondoka was beating him until felfel grown up
3- nemo: bonoka 's son male around 1 year old felfel was loving him but about 2 days suddenly felfel fought with nemo and bite it so bondoka wanted to protect nemo so felfel fought with it and i wanted to stop that fight so i sprayed water on them so the fight stopped
i wanna know why felfel fought with them and how to solve this problem because everytime felfel see nemo he fight with it ????
post #2 of 9
I get the impression your cats have not been neutered (or spayed, in the case of the female), and until that is taken care of, you will always have problems, plus the cats are more likely to be sick when they're older. It is also possible that Felfel saw a strange cat outside and turned his territorial aggression on the cat inside as it was available - cats do that and sometimes even attack their owners as their instinct to protect their territory is so strong they have to express it somewhere.
post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 
thanks for your replay
so i have to neuter my male cats to avoid this problem ?
but is doing this process make the males unable to have kittens ?
thanks
post #4 of 9
That's true, but you don't really need kittens, do you?
post #5 of 9
Plus your male(s) will probably begin to spray urine all over the house - it's what they do when they're not neutered (though to be completely honest, they may do it on occasion even afterwards (but my two don't).
post #6 of 9
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Originally Posted by heidi_w View Post
so i have to neuter my male cats to avoid this problem ?
but is doing this process make the males unable to have kittens ?
You might as well have bondoka spayed too.
post #7 of 9
Thread Starter 
no i don't need kittens but when a female give birth i play with the kittens they are so cute and when they grow up i sell them with a low price to animal shop
anyway , thanks for your advice
post #8 of 9
First, are they actually fighting, or "play fighting"? Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference. It could be that the younger male is testing the boundaries with the older male to see if he can become alpha. If that's the case, it will only get worse until you get them neutered. Two un-neutered males in the same house is asking for trouble. Especially if the female is not spayed. I also would recommend spaying/neutering them as soon as possible just to keep peace in your home.

Oh, and welcome to TCS!
post #9 of 9
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calico2222 no they are actually fighting. when they are fighting they flying in the air and i see nemo's hair in felfel's mouth
thanks for replaying
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