5 Triggers That Cause Your Cat Stress

Cat Stress

Cat Stress is more common than you may think. If you own or have ever owned a cat, then you already know how easy it is for them to get stressed out, mad, scared, and upset. If you’re struggling with an anxiety ridden kitty, then you should be aware of these 5 triggers that can cause your cat stress. By figuring out what’s causing your cat’s stress, you can find ways to stop it. A happy cat is a happy household.

Cats are sensitive creatures by nature, and have evolved senses that differ greatly from dogs. These sensitivities can range from loud noise, new surroundings, and even something we all do on occasion, moving furniture around in the house. While that is a perfectly natural thing for us to do, it can cause a cat stress for their environment to be disrupted.

Some signs of cat stress are urinating in places they shouldn’t, constant meowing and even signs of aggression.  A cat that has their ears back, or tail swishing wildly is a sign your cat is unhappy. Cats don’t wag their tails when happy as other animals do, it is a sign that something is upsetting them.

On the Next Page you can read about 5 more triggers that can cause your cat stress. 

~ Dorene Cash is known by her clients across the globe as YaMaEL. She is an Intuitive Energy Healer and Natural Health Advocate living in the Edgewater, Fl and a lifelong student and teacher of all things spiritual. After healing herself of lifelong kidney failure over 15 years ago, she has dedicated her life to helping others remember that we have the power within to heal ourselves from the inside out. YaMaEL runs a complimentary healing practice at: www.DivinityCodes.com