I have two cats. My male (Cuddles) is fixed, overweight & very set in his ways. Shey who is just over two years (female, unfixed) and is very sweet loveable....
They normally get along all day long. Sometimes they might hiss at each other, but most times they are cleaning each other, sleeping with each other ect.
At night its a different story. They fight.. Not always, just most. & I know its not play fighting because my fat cat will chase Shey around the house, hissing & growling at her..
How can I stop this????? Without getting rid of either cat. Cuddles is my cat & he was a rescuse cat. Shey belongs to my son, (he loves her to do death & the cat loves him to death also. She'll let him pick her up any way he can... She sleeps with him, After of course shes done fighting with Cuddles) She also is a recuse......
Answer by WoodWitch at 7:32 AM on Aug. 24, 2010
All I can think about is separating them at night. We put one of our cats in a bathroom at night, she has her food, water, litter box and kitty bed. Our reasons though are because if she wanders at night she is more likely to find somewhere else to pee other than her littler box.
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