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I have a 9 month old neutered male cat. We recently brought in a 5 year old spayed neuter cat. My male cat will stalk her and then attack her for no reason. How can I get this to stop?

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You have a teenager with an older lady. He's going to act as butthole teenager cats do: attacking, stalking, pouncing, wanting to play, etc.

This isn't up to you, it's up to the female cat to set boundaries and let him know when she's had enough. I highly doubt it will escalate to blood being drawn. She'll catch on quickly enough that he's just a youngster with a lot of energy and will let him know, OH TRUST ME, will let him KNOW when she's had it.

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The kitten probably thinks that the house is his territory, or he's just doing it to play around. You could get it to stop by separating them in the house and waiting until they get used to each other being there i guess..? Idk

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He will grow out of it.

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