We have had Rocky since he was 2 weeks old, and have hand raised him. He was altered a couple months ago. He is a very active and aggressive cat. He is now 7 months old and has taken to "mounting" poor Ferris and biting his neck. Ferris, of course, is not too happy with the situation, but is a totally non-aggressive cat, and will not defend himself. He is a whiner. We have tried distracting Rocky with feather toys, squirting him with water when he gets too aggressive, and caging him for a 5 minute time out when he needs to chill. What I need to know is....is this behavior unusual for an adolescent male altered cat? Years ago, when we first got Katie and had not yet had her spayed K.C., who was altered, would mount her and bite her neck, but she was in heat when we first got her.
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12/24/01 at 8:58am