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There are multiple underlying reasons for cats becoming aggressive to humans, with the three most common being inappropriate aggressive play, fear, and intolerance of petting and handling. The differential diagnosis of human-directed aggression, as well as management and behavior modification protocols for this problem will be reviewed.
Speaker(s):Sharon Crowell-Davis, DVM, PhD, DACVB