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Why does my kitten hiss at me all the time?

Why does my kitten hiss at me all the time?

You’ve probably seen a young cat respond to a sudden loud noise by jumping up and hissing, with all his fur standing on end. A kitten may also hiss if his littermates are getting a little too rough in their play. What should you do if a cat hisses at you?

When does my Cat stop hissing at our new cat?

If you’ve introduced a new cat into the home and they’re still not getting along with your other cat after days, weeks, or more, you’re not alone. One of the common questions I hear a lot is – when will my cat stop hissing at our new cat?

Is it normal for cats to hiss at each other?

It can be distressing and stressful for you and your cats if they are hissing at each other behaving aggressively. Once you understand why they are hissing at each other, or why one of them is, it can be quite easy to solve however – so don’t panic.

How to deal with a food-obsessed cat-cattime?

If your cat is constantly hungry, you may absentmindedly refill their bowl any time they cry out during the day. To keep your cat from becoming overweight and to help break the begging habit, only have food out at scheduled feeding times.

Why is my cat hissing at the new cat?

Your cat may be displaying aggressive behavior like hissing and growling because she sees the new cat as a threat. She may feel unsettled and anxious because her daily routine and habits are disrupted due to the arrival of the new cat.

If your cat is constantly hungry, you may absentmindedly refill their bowl any time they cry out during the day. To keep your cat from becoming overweight and to help break the begging habit, only have food out at scheduled feeding times.

Is it normal for a cat to hiss?

And as Alana Stevenson, a certified animal behaviorist based in Boston, confirms: “Hissing is a normal behavior in cats. They will hiss when they feel threatened, fearful, or are upset about something.”

What should I do about my cat hissing and growling?

About the weather, about your day, about her day. Talk soothingly, don’t raise your voice, just talk. When you make eye contact, don’t stare at her. Lower your eyes, then look at her again. Just sit on the floor and talk to her. Tell her what a pretty girl she is, tell her how much fun she’s going to have living with you.