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- Oct 15, 2017
My ginger tabby Mac is almost two years old. He came to me via a friend desperately looking for a home for him and his brother Jack. They were both sweet little kittens and grew and thrived into playful young adult kitties. Lately though, in the last month, Mac has turned into a juvenile delinquent! He seemed to change overnight into a bully, harassing several of the other kitties, picking fights for no apparent reason (at least not to me). He especially targets the more gentle of the cats, terrorizing them and making their lives miserable. His attacks are random and whoever is unfortunate to be in his sights becomes his target. I have tried the Bach Remedy Vine, which is useful for kids (or cats) who bully others. It seemed to have a positive effect for a few days, but he is back to the bullying. Maybe he is upset he and his brother are no longer the babies as three other little kitties joined our family, the latest being three months ago. Are there any types of behaviour modification I can use to curb his bullying? It is so odd because he is a little cuddle bug at night, and loves to snuggle against my legs.