Aggressive behavior in cats isn't always obvious to owner

Many owners misinterpret aggressive behavior between cats as play, or they don't notice it at all because cats can be covertly aggressive, writes animal behaviorist Jennie Willis. Often times only litter box problems or overt aggression get the owner's attention, but Dr. Willis describes earlier types of aggression in cats in this article and urges owners to address problems early.

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