Posts Tagged: Cat Bites
It’s not unusual to feel that some cat bites are completely unwarranted, as if the offending feline just got a burr up the rear end. But most of the time, felines give various warnings that a reaction (like a bite or scratch) is imminent. If we pay closer attention to the warning signs, we might be able to prevent many cat bites.
While dog bites get a great deal of attention, very little is often said about the prevention of cat bites. Commonly dangerous for people, cat bites also signify that the language of felines is not well understood, or appreciated. For these reasons and more, the Pet Experts are to help! Continue…
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