Stop the row! Two territorial cats have a very loud argument.

  • Footage shows two cats having an argument in a back yard
  • Salima Sanguliya (age 20), who owns one says that feline neighbours argue about territory 
  • The clip was shot in Gudauta, Georgia, in the republic Abkhazia.










Two neighbouring cats were caught in the middle in a noisy row over territory within one of their gardens. 

Video footage shows the angry pair yelling at each other loudly with meows and threatening glares. 

The clip was recorded in Gudauta, Georgia, in the republic Abkhazia.

The video shows the cats attempting to outdo each others with their meows and screeching. 

Two neighbouring cats have been caught having a very tense argument over territory in one of their gardens in the town of Gudauta in the republic of Abkhazia, Georgia. Pictured: Ginger cat, Simon

Two neighbouring cats have been caught having a very tense argument over territory in one of their gardens in the town of Gudauta in the republic of Abkhazia, Georgia. Pictured: Grey cat Kuzya

Two neighbouring cats have been caught having a very tense argument over territory in one of their gardens in the town of Gudauta in the republic of Abkhazia, Georgia. Pictured: Ginger cat, Simon (left) and grey cat Kuzya (right)

Salima Sanguliya (20 years old) captured the video of Simon, her ginger cat, fighting with Simon the neighbor’s pet on October 16.

She claims that Simon was spotted by Kuzya, the neighbour’s grey cat and the pair had a tense standoff for several minutes.

Salima believes that tension is caused when each cat wants to claim their territory. Once one cat violates that territory, it becomes hostile.

Simon's owner Salima believes the tension is caused by each cat wanting to claim their territory, and as soon as one cat breaches that territory it becomes very hostile

Salima, Simon’s owner believes that the tension is caused because each cat wants to claim their territory. If one cat does this, it becomes hostile.

Salima said, “As far I understand it, their conflicts were due to the territory.”

“As soon the grey cat enters our territory the quarrels will begin.

They don’t fight, but they stand against each other and make scary noises.

“Sometimes it takes five-10 minutes. The neighbour’s cat will leave and everything will be quiet again. 

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