You may think that cats have it easy, but it’s not uncommon for them to experience frenzy of depression.
of depression. Here’s how you can help a depressed cat.
Do you have a depressed cat?
Before you envy your house cat’s lounging lifestyle, consider that constant napping could be a sign of depression. As many as 40 per cent of felines fall into funks out of sheer boredom, says Nicholas Dodman, director of the Tufts University animal behaviour clinic. Why? Cats are safer indoors—away from cars and dogs—but the soft life can be downright dull. Signs of a depressed cat include overeating, lax grooming and sleeping at daylight, when they should be up and hunting. Doyou want to help your feline get out of their funk? Try one of the following ways to cheer up your depressed cat!
Consider make sure you know the signs your cat is depressed.
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