7 Cat Breeds Most Prone to Aggression

Bengals maintain strong hunting instincts that fuel territorial swatting and biting.


Turkish Vans take well to people but can attack unknown animals encroaching their territory.

Turkish Van

Vocal Siamese cats will aggressively guard valued areas and resources.   


Scottish Folds prone to moodiness may lash out by nipping or swatting.

Scottish Fold

Russian Blues form close bonds but remain wary of strangers and unknown animals.

 Russian Blue

Savannahs often display aggression and biting stemming from under-socialization.


Though small, Singapuras have an assertive nature and sharp intellect.  


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