Because Cats are intelligent and sensitive this makes them susceptible to stress so when you start seeing Cat urine or poo on your rug or furniture then this could be a result of Cat that is under stress.
Did you know that stress in a Cat can actually cause a physical condition.
This condition is called interstitial cystitis. Although this illness is not completely understood, it can appear to affect the nerves which is connected to the bladder that can cause your Cat to lose control.
It's important to make sure all medical issues are ruled out.
When you are sure there are no medical issues then it's time to help your Cat to relax once again
Meditation for your feline friends?
Unfortunately, there is no way you can teach your Cat that is stressed out to meditate however, there are a couple of things you can do to help your Cat calm down and relax and get them to use the litter box again.
- It's important to have enough litter box for all the cats in the home. Each should have their own litter box and they should be cleaned regularly.
- If you have changed the litter in the litter box then this can also upset a Cat and make them avoid using the litter box.
- If you have introduced a new pet, a new baby or maybe a new person such as a spouse can cause stress to your Cat. Also a change in the household could also be a reason to upset your Cat. At these moments it's important that you give your Cat more attention. Show more love to your and try to settle things as quickly as possible and back to the normal routine, this will help your Cat get back to the litter box.
- You can help your Cat by getting a indoor tree. This will give your Cat a secure perch where they can get away from any unnecessarily attention from children who don't know how to treat animal or from other pets.
You should take some time out and sit with your nervous Cat and spend some time with him simply by stroking your Cat. This is very soothing and comforting for your Cat.
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