She acted happy all day today and then I went outside. I didn't touch anything or come into contact with anything at all. Then once I went inside she started hissing and now hisses at anyone who tries to go into my room. So I've just shut her up in there for now.
Only environment changes is my sister and her boyfriend are visiting and brought their 2 dogs with them. Which my cat hasn't tried to hurt them at all but then started acting angry once I came back inside today. Which I can't remove them from the house to make her happy. So I feel like I have to remove my cat to some where else and leave her locked up in a room. What other options can I try? Yes trying to get close to her at all she will start to hiss and then attack if you try to touch her.
Most Helpful Guy
Its the two dogs putting her on edge. She's agressive to you because she doesn't trust anyone at the moment. It happened to us when we looked after a friend's dog for a couple of days. It will pass when the dogs are gone, but i would be very wary of the cat at the moment.
When you were out, did the dogs come into contact with the cat? (Run into each other in the house) They can smell her all over the house and might have been sniffing under your door which would spook the cat. She also lost her "protector' so she's in maximum defense mode.0
- Show AllShow Less
Most Helpful Girl
The dogs gotta go. If i take my 2 cats to my mothers place they both freak out because of a little dog. My cats freak out because the smell of dogs that are close by to our house as well and they freak out because the sound of dogs barking. My cats are permanently inside cats. You should never have brought dogs in house or near it. Cats do change after time and she feels really threatened because of it, animals are supposed to be slowly introduced and as the dogs being so big i dont think your cat is ever gonna accept it and some cats and dogs can never live in the same house at all. And if you stink of the dogs you need to keep away from your cat even walking outside in the grass where the dogs pissed you may have walked in it and you have brought the smells back in with you. you can not leave your cat in distress like that.1
- Show AllShow Less