Friday, May 12, 2017

Is Your Cat Stressed Out? 3 Tips To Comfort Your Kitty

Is Your Cat Stressed Out?  Cat do not like change! They love a schedule and consistency.

Signs Your Cat May Be Stressed Out
 
Watch for any of these signs your cat has anxiety or is stressed:
  • Immobility
  • Body – crouched directly on top of all fours, shaking and tail close to the body
  • Belly – not exposed, rapid breathing
  • Head – lower than the body, motionless and whiskers back
  • Eyes – fully open and pupils fully dilated
  • Ears – fully flattened back on the head
  • Hissing, growling, shaking, drooling
  • Involuntary urination, defecation
  • Aggression if approached
Three Tips To Ease Your Cat's Anxiety and Stress:

1- Spend quality time with your kitty, play with them, give them rubs and pets.


2- Try a calming collar. These have had great success when there are any changes in your household.


3- Give Psystabil a try. This product provides a gentle, harmonizing effect on pets. It works over time to help your stressed pet "cope" better with triggers that cause anxiety.

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