- Jun 18, 2019
- Chicago, IL, Earth
One of my new cats, Mr. Jenkins, is super chill around humans. He is slowly learning to accept his new brothers, but every once and a while, his tail starts going wild and he pounces. We're always there to throw a blanket or a pillow into the situation and get the cats apart, but the other cats are very wary of him. I can't figure out what is triggering these attacks, especially because there are many other times he has positive interactions with the other cats. He is neutered and he just started a regimen of gabapentin today, but I feel a little bit lost. Whenever Mr. Jenkins acts out, he goes right back into his crate with the blanket down. The other strange thing is that when he's in the crate, the other cats like to lay on top of it. Maybe it's a dominance thing? I can't figure it out. Any help would be great! Thanks!