Cats Can Have a Disagreement But Remain Pals

Playtime that dissolves into a “fight” might be communication

We’ve all seen it: Kitty playtime turns into a fight. Researchers in Slovakia theorized that it could be one cat telling the other she’s finished playing for now or just increased rough-and-tumble play or an agonistic conflict, basically a disagreement. How do we know?

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