Symptoms of depression in cats

       After the cat has depression, the face of the owner’s tease often can not interest, but also show some obviously different from the usual “sad” expression. The voice will also become elongated and sometimes howl. At this time, the cat will become more dangerous than usual, more aggressive, if the cause of its depression is caused by its owner, there may be some retaliation. Like picking on clothes or urinating anywhere. In severe cases, they refuse to eat or eat indiscriminately. A simpler way to tell is to record how long cats sleep. If the cat sleeps more than 16 hours a day, it needs your attention.

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       Depression is not the exclusive right of human beings. Cats, like human beings, can also suffer from depression. This may be caused by many factors. Depression can be hard to detect because changes in behavior are sometimes subtle.

       However, careful monitoring, or can find the signs of depression, and targeted treatment.

       Depression performance 1: docile cats have abnormal temperament and aggressive behavior

       If their cats are usually more docile, but suddenly, temperament changed. You should take your cat to the veterinarian immediately as it is likely to be caused by the cat’s discomfort. Of course, on the other hand, it may be because the cat is upset. At this time, the host’s patient company is very important.

       Depression performance 2: panting hair loss symptoms, cat anxiety symptoms

       Panting, depilation, muscle tension, and even pupil enlargement indicate that the cat is in a state of anxiety

       Depression performance 3: new favorite home, old love urgent territory

       Cats are also envious animals. When a new person or a new pet is added to the house, it will be troubled and felt

       Feel the master’s love is divided and feel depressed. At this time, it will defend its territory through some aggressive behavior, such as urinating at home. In this case, the owner should be more considerate, do not scold it, should be more concerned about it, let it believe that even if there is a new pet, the owner will continue to love it.

       Depression performance four: appearance modification is too picky, the actual cat is depressed

       The love of beauty is not only human nature, but also animal nature. But if the cat suddenly finds fault with itself

       Depression performance 5: the cat grabs the fabric very normal, the behavior is naive, chews the fabric to be vigilant

       As we all know, cats like to catch things. But don’t think it’s normal for a cat to chew on fabric

       They only do things when they are young. If your non kittens suddenly like to bite sweaters or knitwear, it should be caused by depression and should be paid attention to.

       Depression is not a disease, attack is also fatal, finally understand, my meow master son, since you, will be responsible for your joy and anger!

       aggressive behavior

       A gentle and sticky cat, suddenly called and bit its owner, the cat felt uncomfortable and restless. Because depression destroys furniture and clothes, don’t blame it. Maybe your cat is suffering from depression.

       Indoor site awareness enhanced

       If you have a new cat in your home, the aborigines will feel upset and feel threatened. Stimulate the chassis consciousness and start to urinate in the room. Excrement removal officials must remember, in the cat excretion place with disinfectant repeatedly wipe, to remove the odor, or leave smell, the cat will repeatedly urinate.

       Neurotic licking

       Some cats will be too fussy about their hair when they are depressed. They will lick their hair in some place without any reason. Some cats even have hair loss, dermatitis and skin ulceration.

       Chew knitwear

       Some cats in depression will appear to bite knitwear behavior, the owner’s clothes, sheets, carpets are torn. This kind of behavior can be traced back to the origin, which was caused by excessive depression during the period of kittens. This behavior is particularly prominent in Siamese and Maine cats.

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