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Ragdoll > My Ragdoll Attacks My Dauther?



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10/18/2012
 
 
Purred: Thu Oct 18, '12 9:19am PST 
I have two suggestions: First, take your cat to the vet and ask him or her to look for anything that might be bothering the cat. (In the case of my cat, who started biting my husband for no apparent reason, there was a canine tooth that was irritating her lower gum and an eye irritation - both are now under control.)
Second, some cats have their limits when it comes to children. Teach your daughter to recognize signs of exasperation, such as tail twitching or the cat squirming to get down or get away.
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