I am asking this question for a friend of mine who does not have internet access. She has 2 female cats around 2-3 years of age. One she got as a kitten, Tigger. She introduced the other cat Spooky last January and they seemed to get along fine, layed together, played together etc. Then all of a sudden about 3 days ago Spooky ran after Tigger and attacked her, drawing blood. Now every time Spooky comes around there is alot of growling and Tigger runs away urinating on the floor the entire way and is terrified. They have been keeping the cats seperated when they are at work. She is at a total loss as to what to do. She does not want to get rid of either cat. Please help. I should add that they believe this may have started as a case of redirected agression. It started immediately after Spooky saw cat outside, she could not get to it, ran in the kitchen and attacked Tigger. This is just a guess, they're really not sure.
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11/10/01 at 6:32am