In this video, I’ll give you several ideas on how to break up a cat fight. I’ll also give you links to two articles plus another video on the reasons why cats fight to begin with and the (very easy!) steps you can take to prevent cats from fighting. I’ll also give you information and link for an inexpensive, effective cat training program in case you need more help. Thank you for watching! Debra
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Breaking Up a Cat Fight
Breaking up a cat fight can be very dangerous. Never try to reach your hand into a cat fight – don’t try to pick up one of the cats, don’t try to grab one of them, and don’t hit them. Doing these things can escalate the fight, and result in your getting seriously injured. Cat scratches can cut very deep into the skin on your hands, arms and face. Do make sure you keep at a safe distance. Like we discuss in the video, inserting a broom between the two cats is safer and more effective, as is “scooping up” one of the cats with a swoosh of an umbrella.
Learning the reasons why cats fight, then learning how to solve those issues, is the easiest, fastest and most effective way to stop the fights to begin with. Refer to my article, How to Keep Cats from Fighting for much more detailed information about why cats fight and the very easy steps you can take to get the issues solved.
Please Be Careful!
Please make sure you’re safe whenever you’re near two fighting cats. I hope the video has helped you to get this issue solved! Please feel free to comment below to let me know how you made out with these suggestions! Thanks so much for visiting. Debra