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Redirected aggression is one of the most commonly reported problems to animal-behavior experts, who take the problem seriously: "Bites from aggressors are uninhibited, attacks are usually difficult to stop, and aggressors typically remain highly aroused long after the inciting event is over,' according to the JAVMA report.
Redirected aggression can occur when an indoor cat sees something outside that he or she objects to.