From my understanding, in German the sentences "Der Hund beißt den Jungen" and "Den Jungen beißt der Hund" mean the same thing with the difference lying in the emphasis. (The first sentence would be an answer to "Who is biting the boy?" whereas the second would be an answer to "Who is the dog bitting").
However is that same sentence restructure able to be done with "Die Katze beißt die Frau"? Using the same rule as above "Die Frau beißt die Katze" would mean something different? Is that always the case or can the sentence be rearranged so that the same meaning is kept (possibly by emphasizing the second part of the sentence or by using context)?
Assuming that only in cases where one of the objects is masculine the sentence can be rearranged, I would assume that it would be rare to rearrange sentences since only some sentences could be. Is that the case?