Cat intimidating other cat

It is blatantly selfish and irresponsible to put these people and their dogs in the very situation they want to responsibly avoid.The lawbreaker’s attitude seems to be that they and their dogs’ welfare are more important than that of others.

Any sudden change in your cat’s behavior might indicate an underlying medical condition.The “Oh he’s friendly” claim is not only irrelevant but also a myth.No dog owner can accurately predict 100% of the time how her dog will react when greeting another dog.“Some cats will want to be lap cats and will purr and want to be stroked,” says Barbara J. And some are interested in communicating across the room.” Want to be the cat’s meow when it comes to bonding?King, chancellor professor of anthropology at the College of William & Mary and author of Being With Animals. These steps will bring you purrs and head-butts for years to come.Some are amusing, some are fantastic flights of fantasy and some are merely plausible.They certainly provide good material for conversation.Here in Denver, off-leash dogs in on-leash areas are becoming more and more of a problem.Since our dogs were attacked by an off-leash dog in the summer of 2009, we’ve become quite sensitive to this issue.First, for a leashed dog, having an unleashed dog rush unwanted and uninvited into its personal space when it is restricted by the leash is a stressful event.Many owners who walk their dogs where off leash dogs are prohibited do so for a reason – their dogs aren’t good playing off leash with other dogs.