Yes, racoons do attack cats. But even though racoons are known for attacking cats, they will also attack dogs.
Yes, racoons can attack dogs too. But they will also attack cats. Although, the last time I had cats attack me, they were probably doing it for the wrong reasons.
Cat attacks happen in a lot of situations, and not just when you own cats. I’ve written about this recently in the thread titled “Why I like to wear my cat costume” and you should read it there.
There are some common reasons that cats will attack cats, but racoons are among the toughest to beat and will only attack the ones that have the most aggression in them. When a cat is attacking a cat, its aggression rises. And the cats that get attacked by racoons are the ones that have the most aggression.
I have a black cat named Daisy, and she has never been attacked by a racoon. She has even taken a few punches on her own, but she is a very gentle cat. She doesn’t mind being hit either. I’ve also seen a few cats that are not too aggressive and end up being attacked, but the attacks don’t last long.
When I was a kid, my cat, Daisy, was a very aggressive cat. She would jump on things and even bite them when she was agitated. She used to make me go to the vet several times to have her checked out. She was still aggressive, but not as much as she was then.
One day, though, Daisy found herself alone with a cat who was very excited. He was chasing a ball around which Daisy was chasing. As Daisy looked up, a racoon jumped out of nowhere and began to attack her. Daisy was scared, but not because she was scared of a cat. The cat was scared of the racoon.
That sounds like a classic case of cat and racoon attack. I don’t know about you, but I’d much rather read about the former being a cat than the latter, so if you want to read about the latter, just go ahead and read my articles on racoon attacks.
The cat was a leopard so he didn’t hurt Daisy, but the racoon was a cat so he did hurt her. Daisy tried to run, but the cat was too fast and she didn’t have enough legs to escape. Daisy was screaming and trying to escape, but that only made the cat get faster. It didn’t matter to him that Daisy tried to run. He wanted to catch Daisy and kill her.
But it’s not just cats that are preyed upon by the racoon. Some people think that they also attack dogs, but this is not true. Only dogs are attacked by racoons, and the racoons are normally a much smaller animal that can’t get Daisy to run.