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Okay, Im getting a Bengal cat and I was wondering, they are aggressive towards small children?

Posted in Toddlers on 24th December 2012

Okay, Im getting a Bengal cat and I was wondering, they are aggressive towards small children?
Best Answer (s):

reply by jess
Generally no, but cats are always hyper and be playful, so you have to be careful, dafür.Meine sister has a bengal, to cuddle and to the people loves, but also loves to be alone, sleeping during the day.

response from aurorasreddawn
I’ve heard that Bengals come to no good to infants. You can read different breed profiles on the internet if you do a search race. In what I’ve read, Bengals are active cats that can be mischievous, but are really beautiful cats that make a charming pet for the right owner. I woudl be very careful, although the exposure of a Bengal a small child, because I do not think it kind to pick awkward (such as a small child to pick up would be a cat) and they were able to play aggressively with a child if the child is “Racks “with the cat.

response from Ocimom
Not if you buy from a reputable breeder. If you want a “cheap” to buy from a breeder, not the kitten gently temperament and sociability, you might have a Problem.Trim nails, Kitten Soft Paws nail caps, and work out to your child how to act, manage, and pet and not to tease them.

response from 54claws
I want to think again, mixing Bengals and toddlers. My brother cat is not fond of other people or other cats. The first time I tried to wear them, she resisted by jumping out of my arms, so that both scratches and Prellungen.Sie was about five years old when he adopted a kitten could not trained so roughly the sein.Auf other hand, it is a beautiful cat, and can be very loving. Good luck with your new kitty

response from Café Mocha Valencia
you should not always every cat -. Especially a kitten – if you have small children in your home. Babies and toddlers are not intelligent enough to know to hurt when they’re an animal and can easily injure – and even kill a kitten. And pull any tail or paws occurred in deep scratches or bites cause of the cat. The Bengal is a very hyperactive cat, as they are a mix of domestic and wild cats sind.Bitte not consider a cat until your child is at least four years old and after understands that pets are not toys. They must be respected and treated with kindness. Not grabbed, slapped, or picked up and moved fallengelassen.Ein little strange to say, and then “they are aggressive towards small children” “I’m always a Bengal.” Obviously you have already decided to get one – so what is the point to ask now? Explores how babies are with cats and kittens, is something you should not have done before making a decision.

response from Rapid Fire
no guarantees what every cat around a baby or what the child can do to rid the cat. You get the cutesy poo answers, say how beautiful cats to infants and small children are. Easy for them to say – it’s not their child. Suffice to say, I had to have destroyed a cat when she took a piece of our baby’s neck in a completely unprovoked attack. The cat actually pursued and attacked the child. If watching your cat anywhere near your child left the two like a hawk. And if for some reason you ever separate them distracted. My son is 19 years old and still bears the scar on his neck. FAIR WARNING. Read the above answer. The two of us rarely anything to some, but it is just right.


If Hitler were alive today, and desired to win this time, would he be discreet or openly aggressive?

Posted in Child Care on 23rd June 2012

If Hitler were alive today, and desired to win this time, would he be discreet or openly aggressive?
It seems to me that Americans should observe more, listen more, think more and privately discuss what infrastructure is being put into place in our systems of commerce, communication, transit and finance.

I don’t think the new enemy of the people will show horns.

I think it will be a smiling, serving and very “helpful, caring” entity.

Trust is the way into a home, heart and family.

Are we possibly being seduced by a very dangerous new “friend” ?

Sometimes, don’t you get the feeling that government cares just a little too much about us, our children and health?
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Best answer(s):

Answer by just some chick
He’d be openly aggressive. He would say he was detaining all people who might be terrorists.

Answer by Tin Foil Fez
He’s back as Hitlery.

Answer by fairly smart
That depends on if he remembers what he did before. Gotta set all the rules up front you know?

Answer by consrwimps
he’d be just like george w bush.

How could you not notice?

Answer by El Raton
Hitler is alive and well living in a secret compound. It was a body double that the Russians killed. The real Hitler was flown out earlier. He did well fulfilling Illuminati plans.

Answer by DJR
Your plan sounds like you might be a pedophile.

Answer by Yggdrasil Mithos Symphonia
Do you ever stop and think that the world conspiracy is something we all particpate in absent mindedly, and no one is really calling the shots.

Answer by eematters
His like is openly aggressive.

Answer by Sumthin Special
Hitler IS alive today and he’s living vicariously through George W Bush

Answer by Crabby_blindguy
“If fascism comes to America, it will arrive wrapped in the flag and holdinga cross”–Sinclair Lewis

All Hitler would have to do today is run around claiming he was a right-wing “Christian” and the neocons would foolow him straight to hell faster than the Germans did.

Remedy For Aggressive Toddler Behavior

Posted in Toddlers on 9th January 2011

Remedy For Aggressive Toddler Behavior

Finding a remedy for aggressive toddler behavior may seem almost impossible for parents who are stuck trying to determine how their child became so aggressive, so quickly.

If you are having trouble with aggressive toddler behavior, it probably isn’t really reassuring to you to know that many parents go through this exact same thing at some time.

Toddlers observe and absorb a lot of what goes on in the world around them. If you, as a family, have an aggressive approach to dealing with situations, you may not even realize it until your toddler starts to act in much the same way that you do. Before you know it, you will be having trouble with aggressive toddler behavior.

Smacking your toddler and yelling at them will only serve to heighten the intensity of their aggression, so you need to find another way to deal with this type of situation. If you are having trouble with aggressive toddler behavior, you need to have a look at why your toddler is reacting this way. It is usually their way of dealing with a situation that they do not want to be in.

If you are having trouble with aggressive toddler behavior, it could be frustration on your child’s part. A really great way to counteract frustration is to use “signing”. Place your finger over your lips and mouth “shhhh”. Toddlers love to mimic, so if you can get them to observe you and copy you, this technique works quite well. Ask your child to use their “inside voice” and lower your own to a level that they can barely hear.

It is easy to teach a child sign language, and if your child’s speech is not quite developed, it is empowering for your child to communicate with you in an alternate way. You can teach your child ways to express themselves with sign and they will soon learn that it is a very effective way to be heard and understood. If you are having trouble with aggressive toddler behavior, then this is a great way to empower your child to discipline themselves.

As strange as it may sound, when you teach a toddler how to sign, they will often catch themselves before they scream and yell, and use sign instead. Not only will your child feel like they have some control, they will be in control and less prone to acting aggressively. Another great thing about teaching your toddler sign language is that it gives the two of you something to work on together. You can praise your child for getting things right, and praise is often a really great tool for getting your toddler to behave appropriately instead of aggressively.

When we are having trouble with aggressive toddler behavior, we often forget that toddlers are little people who have a lot to learn about communication and social skills. It is up to us to teach them everything they need to know to deal with the real world. Often, it is frustrating to see aggression, but it is important to remember the hurdles your toddler is