Verhaltensstörungen/unerwünschtes Verhalten bei Katzen

Abnormal behaviour and/ unwanted behaviour shown by cats

• Urin tags (marking objects etc.)
• Unwanted marking and/or defecation
• Fear of family members
• Fear of particular environmental stimuli or situations
• Fear of litter, cat-toilet, the place where it is situated
• Fear of another cat
• Aggression problems of cats
• Aggression due to fear of another cat in the same household
• Defensive aggression and reaction of distressing and agitating stimuli
• Territorial aggression
• Aggression between male cats
• Playful aggression towards peopl
• Instrumental aggression
• Pathophisiological (phobic) aggression
• Idiopathic aggression
• Hunting behaviour
• Dismissive behaviour towards owners
• Instrumental behavioural problem
• Destructive scratching
• Stereotypy’s

Problems within sexual behaviour  

• Mounting other cats
• Lack of sex drive in male cats
• Rejection of the male cat during copulation

Problems within the maternal behaviour  

• Neglect of the young
• Cannibalism
• Upbringing of the kittens by hand rearing

Problems in correlation with food uptake

• Anorexia
• Pica
• Eating and chewing of indoor plants

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