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Exclamation Unanswered: How do i get my cats to stop fighting??

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I have two cats both 3 years old ,female ,they re sisters and have been living with me sine they where about 2 weeks old. However today one of them started hissing and yelling( well making those weird noises cats make when they re about to fight) at the other one and eventually started chasing her around the house and fighting with her. This has never happened before in the 3 years i have had them. I separated them into different rooms and tried introducing them to one another 2 time , however this resulted in them fighting again. The one being aggressive is not sterilized and the other one is.i d appreciate any kind of advice tnx in advance.
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Get the unspayed female spayed. What are you waiting for?

Of course she's aggressive, poor thing, with constant heat cycles for the last three years.

Hopefully she hasn't been having kittens all this time in addition to the unrelenting heats.

There is also a chance that, because of being unspayed, she is sick. Pyometra is common in unspayed cats. As is uterine cancer.

Get her to the vet, get her spayed.
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You need to get the one that is not spayed spayed. She could even be having kittens!

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Cat fighting is a natural behaviour and the key to getting cats to stop is to understand why they are fighting. Cat behaviour is complex, so be patient. You may need to try several solutions before finding one that works. Of course she's aggressive, poor thing, with constant heat cycles for the last three years. Hopefully she hasn't been having kittens all this time in addition to the unrelenting heat. There is also a chance that, because of being inspired, she is sick. Pyometra is common in unspayed cats. As is uterine cancer. Get her to the vet, get her spayed.
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Sorry for the delay in responding!! get you one cat fixed!! and what I have done is have a spray bottle ready!! and when they fight give it to them!! it doesn't hurt them!! but they do NOT like it!! it cannot hurt to try it!!! All the best!! Lyn
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