― Abraham Lincoln
Nature has created all of us in such a way that one minute we love somebody, and the next moment, we snap at them for various reasons. The animal kingdom too exhibits this behavior. You must have seen the way your pet cats fight with each other, you never seem to know if they are playing or fighting.
There may several reasons why two cats fight or may not get along. If your cat grew up as the only cat in the house, with very little or no contact with other felines, chances are high that it may react aggressively, because it is fiercely territorial, lacks social skills, and also wants to show who’s the boss.
If the two cats in question share the same food plate or have never been friendly, then what you are witnessing is probably a fight. But this might not be so obvious all the time, cats might seem playful and energetic, yet end up injuring themselves. We, at Buzzle, have tried to enlist a few signs that indicate a fight and ways to stop it.