Why Do Cats Bite?


Cats bite when they are afraid, angry, annoyed or stressed. They also bite if they get over stimulated. However, you need to teach your cat that biting is unacceptable but avoid striking it as it may result to it becoming overly aggressive.
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Cats will bite while engaging in aggressive play or to indicate fear, anger or overstimulation.
Cats should be given toys that allow all kinds of play, but should be discouraged from biting you or other people. If you cat tries to bite while being pet, it's because they've had enough.
If a cat bites by grabbing your skin and holding it, this is usually a sign that they love you. I know it sounds odd, because our cat will bite shortly after you pet him, and basically, it's his way of giving us a kiss.
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