Tips To Help Your Cat Cope With Stress

Cats are very delicate to any changes in their environment, as well as in their daily routine. Because their senses are more developed than that of humans, they are more sensitive to even minor changes in the sights and sounds of their immediate environment. These changes can stress out cats; and chronic exposure can pave a way for displays of bad behaviors like inappropriate elimination and persistent meowing. Cat owners should be well aware of their pet’s vulnerability to sudden changes in their surroundings. If your cat is under undue stress, physical activity and interaction have been known to have a favorable effect in reducing stress. Extending your playtime and bonding session to at least 10-15 minutes twice a day can be beneficial not only for your furball but also for you. 

Ask your veterinarian Webster, NY for more information about cat care. 


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