Aggression between cats. I often notice that many hosts don’t always recognize the fact that their cats don’t get along because they don’t see obvious signs of aggression between them.
Cat owners of not pulling the wool from one another in fierce battles, do not yell and do not hiss, so no one notices those subtle signs of aggression between them. After all, aggression can be not only visible – physical, but also difficult to recognize – psychological. But the worst that psychological aggression is the most terrible – in the end it escalates into the physical, but this keeps cats in constant stress.
A cat subjected to constant psychological pressure – and you may not notice. Unpleasant and frightening for the owners, there are times when two cats living under the same roof, decide to stage a fight for spheres of influence.