You’d think picking up social cues from your cat that it is unhappy would be easy. Sometimes cats display unusual behavior that we brush off as a phase but may be actual signs of anxiety.
We love it when our cats are clean! But it turns out excessive grooming can spell stress from your cat, especially if it leads to problems like hair loss and repeat vomiting.
Follows You Everywhere
It’s very cute when our pets always want to be close to us. But when they are constantly following you and have a hard time being left alone, it could mean they are stressed and have separation anxiety.
‘Going’ Outside the Box
Some pets have occasional potty accidents, that’s just a given. However, it’s important to monitor how frequent it is. If it happens too often, it could be their way of letting you know that they are unhappy or stressed out.
If you feel like your cat may have anxiety issues, try giving them some natural stress relief. Natural Pet Science’s Calm’Cat is the perfect plant-based pet treat infused with hemp and crickets and uses all-natural calming botanicals, like valerian root and chamomile flower, to help your cat overcome anxiety. Make sure to consult with your trusted veterinarian if your cat’s anxiety problem becomes worse or persists.