Cat Anxiety

Have you recently noticed strange behaviors from your feline friend? When you see something that is concerning and you want to get answers, it is best to go to a professional that regularly deals with matters of cat anxiety. If you live in or around Henderson or Las Vegas, contact our team at A Cat Hospital for help dealing with your cat’s anxiety.


Why Does Your Cat Have Anxiety?

Cats can become anxious for many reasons. It is crucial that you recognize the symptoms and take steps to help your pet. There could be a serious underlying problem with your cat’s health that is contributing to this, whether that is physical or mental. If you notice any of the following, especially if there are multiple signs that your cat is exhibiting, it is best to bring your cat in for a visit with one of our veterinarians.

• hides often
• trembles
• appears to be lethargic
• urinates or defecates outside of the litter box
• acts in an aggressive manner towards other pets or humans

Some common causes of cat anxiety include old age, history of abuse, illness or pain, or there is a new family member in the house. Some felines have an especially difficult time adapting to changes and this causes them to become stressed. If your cat has a medical condition such as a serious illness, it is important that a veterinarian catches this condition early so that we can create an appropriate treatment plan for your pet. Even if the symptoms appear to be minor, you should bring your cat in for a check-up with one of our veterinarians.

How to Help Your Cat at Home

If it is not a medical condition that is leading your pet to have anxiety, it may just be a matter of making little changes to help your cat relax. Obvious causes such as having a newborn baby or having moved to a new house may seem insurmountable at first, but you can find ways to make your cat feel comfortable.

It could be as simple as creating a space for your cat with a cat tree, a wall jungle gym for it to climb and have the higher ground, or even its own room if you have the extra space. You might give your cat some catnip or a few more cuddles than usual.

Veterinary Care for Cat in Henderson, NV

A Cat Hospital has been in operation for the last three decades providing feline care services to Las Vegas, Henderson, and the surrounding areas. If your cat is suffering from anxiety or it is just time for a check-up, call our team today at (702) 514-0949 to schedule a consultation with one of our veterinarians.


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