By TammyWhite
1 years ago

Why aggressive behavior in cats?

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Although there are more affectionate races than others, such as the Siamese cat, the Burmese, the Maine Coon or the Persian, the domestic felines are characterized by a common trait: their bad temperament. Yes, it is true that there are exceptions, but what causes most cats to have such a strong character? Science has found out.

Apparently, early weaning (less than 12 weeks) increases the risk of aggressiveness and anxiety, and is that this separation of their mother figure is traumatic.

Weaning before 8 weeks of age increases the risk of aggression, but not fearful behavior. Conversely, weaning cats after 14 weeks of age have a lower likelihood of aggression towards strangers than early-weaned cats.

early weaning has a detrimental effect on behavior and, therefore, researchers suggest a delayed weaning as a simple and inexpensive approach to significantly improve the welfare of millions of cats.


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Smokey2017 Excuse me miss Tammy I do not have a bad temper only when I see that flearoy
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TammyWhite @Smokey2017 that is because you are so sweet
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Deliana Interesting point of view, but my Fang has not a bad temperament...
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TammyWhite @Deliana i based it on cietific report. My last cat dead when i was 14th
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Violeta Wow great photo
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Bashields Amazing Tammy
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carmen3521 great photo
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