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Just playing too rough or trying to hurt?
Bagheera and Oliver's mom here, they are getting along very well now. The only concern I have is that they tend to wrestle and bite each other A LOT! It seems like Baghi is hurting Oliver when they do this. He never makes any noise when he "meows" except when Baghi has him in a headlock biting him. My husband and I are constantly having to break them up because we are afraid she'll hurt him. We also are aprehensive about leaving them alone together. We want to go out of town for Labor Day weekend but don't feel we can if they are still going at it like this. Does anyone have any suggestions or words of wisdom to share?