I. Cat’s Mental Stress and Depression
1. Anxious cats and cats
Anxious cats and cats appear nervous, crouching low on the ground, some will pant or shed hair, body muscle tension, pupil enlargement, these are the usual symptoms of anxious cats and cats.
2. Aggressive Behavior
A usually gentle cat and cat will suddenly change its temperament, scratch and bite the owner who loves him. Such abnormal performance must have his reasons. It’s likely that the cat and cat are not feeling well and should be taken to a veterinarian. Sometimes cats and cats will vent their frustration, scratch furniture and bite clothes.
3. Interior landmark site
Some changes in his daily life, or the addition of a new cat or cat to his family, will make him feel troubled and depressed. In this case, he would urinate in the room. Clean the wet area with disinfectant to remove the cat’s odor and prevent him from running back to his old place to ejaculate.
4. Neurogenic Modification
Some cats are too picky about their fur when they are depressed. There is no reason to lick and chew constantly in some part of the body. This often leads to dermatitis, eczema and even baldness. In response to the cat’s performance, the veterinarian will let him take sedatives to ease his anxiety and depression.
5. Chewing wool fabrics
Some Oriental cats (details), especially Siamese and Burmese cats, sometimes like to bite wool sweaters or other knitted clothes. This return to kitten behavior is also a result of some repression.
2. How to Eliminate Cat Tension
When you first have a kitten, you may want to prepare a cute plush ball to attract its attention, but some kittens are naturally shy and hide when you look at them. If you have this situation, the following two suggestions may help you.
When kittens come to their new home for the first week, they are very careful and timid. But as it slowly gets more in touch with people, this timidity decreases a little. Give it more space. Don’t always rush to familiarize it with you. When it feels adapted to the new environment, it will be happy to be close to you.
To relieve the cat’s tension, you can first touch it gently (wrapped in a thick towel to prevent it from being caught at first), touch its head gently, and speak to it gently. Do this at a fixed time every day, believing that your shy kitten will soon trust you, so that even if you don’t wrap it in a towel, it will dare to let you touch its head. You know, you have to pay enough patience to get the return of the kitten’s trust!
Temptation can also have a miraculous effect on a nervous kitten. Try to prepare an attractive healthy meal for the kitten. When it is too greedy to forget its fear and eat with relish, you can gently touch its head. Of course, be gentle, not too big. It also requires patience from the owner of the cat. Usually your pet will eventually receive and enjoy your caress.
Cats are very human animals. They can be perceived for good or bad. If a cat refuses you, you may feel threatened. You can approach the cat slowly in another way, eliminate its tension to you, and the cat will accept you slowly.