Aggressive cream point siamese cat

by Lynette
(Deltona, Fl)

I just inherited my brother's cat, who was an only pet. He is a 2-year-old male, neutered cream Siamese. I have 3 older, female cats. He wants to attack them all. I have tried baby gates to introduce them, but he still wants to fight, I mean really fight. Please help, he is otherwise a very snuggle puss, love bug. I am not sure what to do about this cat behavior problems.

Comments for Aggressive cream point siamese cat

Click here to add your own comments

Aug 05, 2019
When Siamese cats get aggressive
by: Lynn

I totally understand where you are coming from. Two of the three Siamese I have had within my lifetime have been very aggressive towards other cats. And I have only had female ones.

When they are not raised among other cats I feel like they would be perfectly happy being the only cat. Siamese forms such a tight bond with their human, and they really display a lot of jealousy.

My present little princess of a Lynx Point Siamese turned our house upside down the moment I brought her in. Her behavior wasn't so aggressive at first, she just wanted to play (sort of rough) with the other cats. This turned into fights, and she was attacking them any chance she could.

I got more litter boxes and put them in different places of the house because she was attacking them while they were in the litter box.

So Ok.. it does get better and they will settle down.

I would suggest getting Feliway, its a plugin pheromone, and it seems to work really well with male cats. Even ones that have been neutered. Regardless if they have been neutered or not, males tend to stay more territorial.

I got to the point where I didn't even need to plug it into the diffuser, I would just open it up and leave it in the same room I had their food bowls. it had immediate effects on them.

It's going to take time, and they will learn to tolerate each other. They may not like each other, but Siamese will adapt and learn to co-exist with other cats.

Let me know how things are going.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Siamese Cat Answers.