90th FVMA Annual Conference
Social behavior of cats includes a significant amount of variation in terms of whether they live solitary or colony lifestyles. It is also common for conflicts to occur when more than one cat is sharing the same living space, as is often the case in domestic households. This presentation will cover information about normal social behavior of group-living cats, including identification of several early markers of tension that may go unnoticed by pet owners. Methods of addressing these conflicts will also be covered during the presentation.