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    Cat started biting, cause for concern?

    Thanks for all your replies! And I appreciate the detailed reply, so no worries about being long winded! My interaction yesterday seems to indicate that his biting might actually be related to food. Yesterday, I washed my hands with soap before interacting with the cat. Usually I interact with...
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    Cat started biting, cause for concern?

    Thanks for the replies. I'm not sure if it is related to food. It seems that it always happens when my hands are near him, either to pet him or sometimes just there because he wants to get in my lap. Today I pet him from behind his head and he turned around and bit me. He also bit me when he was...
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    Cat started biting, cause for concern?

    Hi, I originally posted a question about a stray that I was taking care of (See link). This guy's comfort level seems to have improved a lot, where he doesn't seem to exhibit the anxiety I previously saw. However, he has started to bite me (very softly), which has me worried a bit. For some...
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    Clingy/anxious behaviour while sleeping next to me... cause for concern?

    Thanks for all your replies! I'll just try to feed and give him affection for the time being. Hopefully as he heals he'll get more confident and independent.
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    Clingy/anxious behaviour while sleeping next to me... cause for concern?

    Thanks for your reply! I was wondering that also, maybe it's due to him not feeling well. I can't keep him inside at all times. Yesterday we slept with the door open, hence the freezing cold. He came in around 9, went to sleep around 11, woke up around 1 and ventured outside, and came back...
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    Clingy/anxious behaviour while sleeping next to me... cause for concern?

    Hi, I am a new cat caretaker who recently started taking care of an injured stray cat. I slept with him yesterday because the weather outside was very cold, and his clingy/anxious behavior worried me a little. Is this behavior natural? If not, what can I do to help him behave better...
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