Petting Induced Aggression

11/04/12 - by TheCatCoach

11.04.12 Cats always give warnings when they want the petting to stop. These include fast tail thrashings, ear turning, skin rippling, whiskers flattened against face. When those signals are ignored, cats turn and look at the hand that's petting them and sometimes bite.

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