If you have more than one cat in the house, you know cat fights are inevitable. However, in most cases, cats make up and become BFF again or resolve their conflict with licking. One minute they are locked in a tooth-and-claw battle over a toy, and the next, they are grooming and napping together.
Why do cats do that? Well, let's say cats demand their social status in a multi-cat household and some would not settle for equality. They usually try to use staring to resolve their conflict and determine who the boss is. If staring breaks loose, they will incorporate swatting and biting. Click here for more information regarding aggression in cats.
These two kitties are duking it out in a silent wrestling match: