I have 6 cats. 4 females and 2 males. 1 of my male cats, has recently become aggressive toward the other cats lately. I've seen him spray on our back porch, but not in the house. The porch is screened, so they don't go outside. He was neutered when he was a kitten, before I got him. He's around 3 or 4 years old, I believe. He has never been aggressive or pushy with the other cats until recently. All of my cats are spayed/neutered rescues. Any ideas?
Tags: male cat, cat aggression, male cat aggression, rescue cat, neutered, neutered cat
You know, marking his graffiti tag over others' tags, gunning for the sheriff, strutting his stuff at the dance. If he can do it with pee, he doesn't have to do it by fighting. Sounds like the girls aren't buying it much.
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