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I\'m not even sure where to start. Buster is very upset. Everything scares him and he is now acting out because of it.
When we got a second cat four years ago he was mad for about a year and would cry all the time. He eventually got over it and they are fine together.
Well then we added Brimley our Eskie puppy to the mix about six months ago. Buster is scared and angry all the time. He will go and poop in my sons room even if the litter is clean. Buster will wait until my son forgets his door open and run right in and poop in the corner. He had always had issues with angry pooping. (if he doesn\'t like the litter, a noise that scares him, you don\'t put out the milk at night) that kind of stuff. I don\'t know what to do. we are frustrated with him but I don\'t want to give him up. Any ideas on what to do.
P.S. Brimley doesn\'t chase him just our other cat Louie. Louie starts it most often.