1. Just moved in with my fiancé. My 15 yr old, indoor cat has started the behaviors you talked about. Hissing, growling, biting and swatting at my fiancé. We have tried the techniques you talked about but nothing is working. Randy will give him treats and the cat will turn around and try to attack him when he’s done eating them! It’s a tiny house with not much space for separating the cat. He has never acted this way ever. I don’t know what to do.

    1. Hello Kim,

      Just give your cat some time. Keep trying to bond with him. Some cats are less social and takes time to gel with new person but persistant efforts always pays off.

      Hope your cat will gel well with your fiancé soon.

      Happy cat parenting.

  2. My partner comes to my place on the weekends and my cat is very unfriendly towards him.
    It is quite a spacious apartment and my cat is allowed outside during the day however when she is around him she is aggressive.
    The odd thing is that she will approach him and swipe at him out of nowhere, one time puncturing his lip and even one time his EYE BALL.
    She even gets hostile towards ME when he is around, but is normal when he is gone. She also refuses to let me clip her nails, so they are very sharp making it worse. I have tried everything and come to the conclusion that she does not like being restrained or held.
    He feeds her when he is here and plays with her sometimes but she is always aggressive and hisses after about 5 minutes of this.
    It’s getting very difficult for us and the cat and I don’t know how to stop what is happening. It puts all of us on edge.
    Please help!

    1. If they feel excluded from the surroundings they are in, cats can become incredibly envious.

      Some cats are territorial and don’t like it when their owners get attention from other people.

      Consult a veterinarian if this behavior is very harmful.

  3. We have 2 beautiful cats, one is 2 years old and the other one is 1 year old, the issue is this the younger one just recently keeps hissing at my husband and my husband feel so bad about it because he is the one giving them food all the time but when he got back from work our cat hissing at him. We are confused as far as we could remember my husband didn’t do anything bad to him, He wasn’t like that before we don’t know what to do. Thank you!

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