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Here’s why this expert doesn’t label cats as aggressive - it make so much sense

As many cat parents will know, our feline friends can sometimes display behavior that we might consider to be aggressive. From hissing to biting to scratching, cats can do things that we don’t like. So, should you label your cat as aggressive? Registered cat behavioral consultant Molly Kelsey, who goes by the name The Cat Counsellor, doesn’t think so, and she’s explained why.

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Here’s why this expert doesn’t label cats as aggressive - it make so much sense

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    Here’s why this expert doesn’t label cats as aggressive — and it's certainly given us food for thought!

    Here’s why this expert doesn’t label cats as aggressive — and it's certainly given us food for thought!

    Rather than simply labeling a cat as aggressive, consider where the behavior is coming from

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