My cat Ruby is 10 years old, and was recently diagnosed with a rapid heart rate. Chloe loves to bother and annoy Ruby. At bedtime Chloe is in her crate, Ruby wvalks around and wants some Mama time. Ruby meows, Chloe barks. I am concerned that Ruby will get so worked up that she'll have a heart attack.
I am correcting Chloe with "no touch" when she tries to mouth Ruby. . My husband thinks I should put Chloe in her crate as a timeout when behaves this way.
Got any ideas?