HomeCat Aggressionhuman causes of cat aggressionLux branded as “a violent cat” should not receive “therapy”


Lux branded as “a violent cat” should not receive “therapy” — 5 Comments

  1. The real problem isn’t being addressed.
    Lux doesn’t need therapy or medication, but the family does. And, Lux needs a new, loving home.

  2. Someone needs to get Lux out of that house quickly!
    I think he would be a different cat away from that family who have hurt him.

    • I completely agree with you, Ruth. We both have an intuitive feeling for what is right and wrong for the cat and all the signs are, for me, that this environment is not good for this cat. Of course, I could be wrong and I am open to criticism but based on what I hear this is an environmental problem. The cat responds to the environment in which he or she lives. You only have to look at your cats and see how calm and at home they are.

      What also comes across in this story is that a lot of people misunderstand the cat. Importantly, that includes a lot of the reporters who write for online media. In my opinion, they often get the focus of a cat story wrong. They immediately focus on the cat for a solution when any decent cat loving person will first look at the environment and themselves and ask some searching questions.

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