posted on Oct, 26 2008 @ 09:54 PM
Aside from making your cats indoor cats which many people feel is cruel (debatable ) I'd say let nature run it's course. cat's have a heirarchy and
the pecking order has to be established and maintained. It's really not the fault of any cat in question. Make sure your kitties are fully up to date
on shots, and if possible go visit the neighbor with the black cat and strike up a conversation, maybe even meet the little brute himself
you can ensure that the other cat is also up to date on shots.
Cat's rarely kill each other though deep neck bites are common as are some nasty scratches. Just keep an eye out for any serious wounds and treat as
they come up (if they come up).
The other cat is trying to teach your youngster the rules of the neighborhood. When you see the other cat you can try growling at him likely your
cats may chime in as well...this is a language the bully can understand
(sounds stupid but it works sometimes).