Do you have an aggressive cat? Bach flowers can help!
Agression in cats is one of the most frequent problems next to lack of cleanliness. *
Aggression however, is very often wrongly interpreted. Many people think that an aggressive cat shows this behaviour out of anger or dominance. In many cases, this isn’t exactly right, there are plenty of reasons as to why a cat can express aggressive feelings. The most frequent forms of aggression are born out of anxiety or frustration.
Petting and biting syndrome
The petting and biting syndrome, also known as petting intolerance occurs frequently in cats. If you are a cat owner, then you certainly know about this problem. Your cat is sleeping quietly and enjoying your petting. But suddenly this moment of relaxation turns into aggression and your cat bites when petted. Anxiety and uncertaintyplay the biggest part in this. Bach flowers mix 110 helps to deal with these issues. *
Aggressive cat due to anxiety
Kittens that are not well socialised from a young age will have trouble dealing with people. They are afraid of people and will therefore hiss or claw. If, as an owner, you react with anxiety, your cat will feel cornered. Bach flowers can help your cat to eliminate its fear of people. *
Aggression between cats in the same household
Cats are very territorial. When there is suddenly another cat in the environment this can cause tension. For both cats, this can be a stressful situation. Tension and stress are built up and this can lead to aggression. Do you have a new cat in the house and does your cat show aggressive behaviour? Bach flowers mix 110 can help. *
Aggression out of frustration
Aggression coming out of frustration occurs frequently in kittens who are bottle-fed. If kittens are educated by the mother cat, they receive important lessons from nature. They have to be patient when waiting for a drink if the mother cat decides to impose this.
When your cat is raised by hand, then it doesn’t get this important life lesson.
Frustration can occur in certain situations meaning you have to live with an aggressive cat. *
Aggression out of pain
Aggression can also be caused by pain. If you have an aggressive cat, don’t forget to consult your vet to exclude the possibility of a physical cause. *