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Old 01-01-2014, 12:28 PM
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The ASPCA has the most extensive information on feline aggression.

The following is a small exert. I'm sharing it because the bolded part is hilarious!

Overt aggression, whether defensive or offensive, includes:

•Swatting, striking with paws
•Growling, shrieking
•Preparing for an all-out attack by rolling onto side or back and exposing all weapons: teeth and claws
•In this position, your cat might attempt to grab your hand and bring it to his mouth to bite it.

Aggression in Cats | ASPCA
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