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If your cats see another cat outside a window how do they act? Nala will hiss sometimes, but Pixie will growl, hiss and try to follow the cat from window to window until it's out of sight.
Also, this being Amish country, whenever they hear a horse & buggy going by the house they dash to the front window. Don't think they have figured out what a horse is yet.

Ray13 8 Sep 27
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My younger cat has a boxing contest with a cat that visits my deck. There is a glass door in between them, but they still take swipes at each other. And yes, she follows the cat from window to window when it leaves the deck.


They try to fight through the glass is the other cats get too close.

Lilac-Jade Level 9 Sep 27, 2018

Sometimes I think the outside cats are teasing mine because they know mine can't get to them. It's a bit funny to see.

@Ray13 It is sometimes.


Bug and I live on the 3rd floor, so there aren't any cats around; however, there is occasionally a squirrel.


With a split ranch I'm never sure if it's a bunny in the shrubs or another cat? Sometimes even squirrels.

It provides entertainment - that's for sure! lol

RavenCT Level 9 Sep 27, 2018

I often see mine intently watching something yet I can't see anything there to watch.


Mine don't care too much about other cats outside...but hummingbirds are another story! I can only imagine what mine would do if they saw a horse & buggy though!

LanaMorgan Level 4 Sep 27, 2018

One cat doesn't really care. He's a very laid back cat. The other one will stand her ground and growl and hiss a little. It doesn't happen very often but when it does, she's hilarious.


One's very territorial.
The other is oblivious.

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