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If you are the parent of two or more cats, they may have gotten mad at some point. Don’t worry, our expert is behind you
From Shaheen Bhatt
PUBLISHED ON JUL 04, 2021 9:14 AM
Cats living together
I have two cats and after three happy years one of them suddenly turned on the other. The vet says they are both spayed, so that’s not the problem. How can I bring back peace?
—Esha N, Delhi
Imagine cats are like us in many ways, only a lot more moody. Living with the same person every day for three years would also present challenges for us: there would be phases in which they would drive us crazy. Your cats are going through a phase and they don’t particularly like each other right now. You don’t have to like yourself. They just have to coexist. Whenever possible, give them space to keep their distance and trust that peace will be restored naturally at some point. If it gets too bad, contact a behaviorist.
Shaheen Bhatt’s public presentation of her own mental health challenges fueled the discourse on a relatively ignored topic and made her a role model for young girls to look up to
From HT Brunch, July 4, 2021
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