Cat & Kitten Care : About Cat Behavior Problems

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Cat behavior problems develop between the ages of six to 12 weeks, and they can include aggression towards humans or other animals and urination, especially in males who mark their territory. Assess feline behavior problems at an early age with advice from a practicing veterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr. James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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  1. TiffanyAmberMejia says:

    This was fairly interesting & educational. Thanks for posting.

  2. manuelbean says:

    I thinks this video doesn’t tell you “how to do” anything. It is a merely informative video with some advertising in the middle.
    You should give hints or guide people to how to take a first aproah to the problems you have refered to.

  3. saumier1 says:

    Yep, My cat just started pucking up hair balls, urinating and pooping on our couches, carpets ect. It doesn’t make any sense because he gets his fancy feast first thing in the morning, a full bowl of kibble at all times, his poop house is cleaned regularly, and he gets lots of love and affection.

    This behaviour is a big slap in the face. I love my cat but he’s really testing his limits. any suggestions?

  4. TimberNightSong says:

    What about sleeping in the litterbox?

  5. TheSpeedyJet says:

    @saumier1 Well The Fancy Feast Food Has A Lot Of Liquid In It and It Gives My Cat Diahrea And Hairballs So I Mixed It With Kebble And The Problems Went Away Hope It Helped