Q. I have three cats one female and two brothesr the brother were extremly close this past year now the female and one of the male bully the other mal

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A. Unfortunately cats in multicat households can often have difficulty in maintaining peace and harmony. It is important that they all have areas where they can avoid each other. There are natural supplements containing b vitamins and tryptophan and pheromone products which can be used to reduce tension between cats and can help also; in some cases it may be necessary to rehome the submissive cat if he is being consistently bullied

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