Cat may be aggressive during play. We shouldn’t forget that cats are predators so it’s natural for them to show claws, scratch and bite. Yet if cat becomes amok while playing, it needs to be brought in a normal state.
Here are some signs of cats’ aggression during play: when your pet is too exciting and nervous, its movements become abrupt, ears are pressed to head, pupils are big, and the wagging is very intensive. In this case, wait a while till it calms down. Pay no negative attention to your cat, if it goes on acting like that, biting and scratching you. It’s better to step out or even leave the room to avoid shouting.
You must never under any circumstances come to corporal punishment. Hurting your pet, you turn it against you. Even if you spank slightly, your cat will bite and scratch even more as the result of browbeating from your side. Your relationships will become strained and the conflicts related to cats’ behavior will worsen.
Play more with your pet! As the aggressive behavior is basically caused by the lack of training and the excess energy, you should pay more attention to your cat.
Cats always act instinctively. What are you supposed to do is to be patient and consecutive. Very soon you’ll see things getting better.