Loud noises and activity can stress out your cat. Chronic stress from loud noises can produce skittishness, hostility, sadness, hair loss, anorexia, and over-grooming. Limit your cat's exposure to loud noises.
Jealous cats want food, space, toys, or human attention. Envy or resource guarding can misdirect resentment. A house cat who is terrified by an outdoor cat may attack another house cat.
If you have a cat, you know it will hiss, scratch, or bite if you pet the incorrect location. Pet cats' heads and necks since they're delicate. Consider its actions and body language before petting.
Make giving your cat medication for a cold, infection, or chronic illness more enjoyable. Bad-tasting medicine isn't desirable when unwell. Cat. Cats often vomit or foam at the mouth.
Raw or rotting food is bad for cats. Check wet and dry cat food expiration dates. Consider how much your cat requires if you store its leftovers. Your vet can advise according on breed, age, and activity level.
Cats may be left alone longer than dogs, but they still need attention, companionship, and love. If left alone, it can become agitated, anxious, and depressed.
Cats hate unclean litter boxes. Depending on the number of cats and their toilet habits, you should clean their litter boxes daily or every other day.