December 05, 2017

Possible Causes of Feline Aggression

Lisa Radosta, DVM, DACVB, owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, explains that feline aggression could be the result of genetics, lack of socialization, and trauma.


Lisa Radosta, DVM, DACVB, owner of Florida Veterinary Behavior Service, explains that feline aggression could be the result of genetics, lack of socialization, and trauma. Who is that cat? Did we do our job and socialize that cat? Has anything traumatic happened in that cat's life that could be causing their aggression?

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