If your neighbours cat is attacking or bullying your cat, there could be a couple of reasons as to why. Take a look below at our preventative measures for your cats to live harmoniously.
Why is Another Cat Bullying My Cat?
- Usually after first meeting cats will decide whether to be friends or avoid each other
- However some cats choose not to ignore the other one even though this suits both cats
- More adventurous cats may be targeted, for entering a neighbouring territory
- Middle aged cats are more likely to be a victim/bully
Signs Your Cat is Being Bullied
- Injuries on your cat
- Skin irritations
- Eye infections
- Sneezing and coughing
- Spraying in the home
- Reluctance to go outside
Solutions for Bullied Cats
- A Feliway Classic Diffuser in the home can promote relaxation and comfort.
- Discuss with your neighbour to let them know what is happening and how you can work together to avoid future problems
- Install a secure entry cat flap to prevent other cats from gaining entry to your home
- Create a stimulating garden to encourage your cat to stay within the boundaries of your property
- Neuter your pet to help stop their desire to wander off in order to find a mate
- Always have your cat microchipped and wearing a suitable safety collar
For cat owners with suitable pre-existing fences or walls, our fencetop barrier is the easiest and quickest method to convert your entire garden into a cat haven.
ProtectaPet® Cat Fencetop System Kits and components are available for DIY fitting in our Online Shop - if this is your preference check out our DIY Buying Guide, and our video tutorials and product manuals in How to Guides.
Alternatively, our Expert Installation Team can fit this system for you. Contact us for a consultation.