There are a few cat anxiety problems that appear to be common for the majority of cats. Here’s a list of only a number of those behaviors and everything you could do about fixing them.
Not Using The Litter Box
Unfortunately this ‘bad behavior’ is your most often used excuse for taking cats to shelters. I feel that it’s up to the owners to train their cat to use the litter box and when there’s a problem, they will need to learn exactly what’s causing it. Cats may continue to utilize a place where they can smell their own pee. A cat breeder buddy explained that the very first time that the kitty employs the floor to urine on, get some cells to mop this up and take the cells and kitty to the litter box. The kitty will then associate the odor using the litter box. Do the identical thing with adult cats. But in case an adult cat is always eliminating inappropriately, you have to check for a potential underlying medical or psychological problem.
Hissing At People
Cats hiss when they’re frightened or protecting their land from a different cat. They’ll also hiss if they’ve had enough petting for a means of telling us to cease. If a cat was teased or badly treated, it may hiss at strangers because it seems threatened by them. Hissing is normally a warning to ‘back away, I am mad’ action. Even if the cat is frightened, it is going to attempt to bluff its way outside of this situation by attempting to appear competitive. As responsible cat owners, be conscious of your cat’s body language so that you understand what the hiss means. And if you have kids, I would strongly recommend you instruct them how to understand what the cat anxiety is as it hisses at them and more importantly, what they will need to do if faced with a hissing cat.