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Food supplements

Questions

Food supplements

24.10 How can I prepare my cat for a stressful situation?


Your cat can be exposed to a number of stressful situations: loud construction works, home moves or travels, a visit to the veterinarian, being placed in a shelter, or the arrival of a new animal or person in your home. All of these will generate fear, potentially associated with stress. If your cat has already shown signs of fear or stress in similar situations, you can teach your companion to overcome the effects of this stress with a food supplement (Anxivet®), which you can provide two weeks before the event and throughout its duration.

When you adopt, you can also give this type of complement (Anxivet®) to your future companion in order to facilitate its arrival.

In all of these situations, your veterinarian can also advise you with simple "tips of the trade" in order to better overcome them.

Questions

That you ask yourself about your companion

24.1 What are stress and fear for a cat?


24.2 How do I know my cat is scared?


24.3 How do I know my cat is stressed?


24.4 When should I see my veterinarian?


24.5 How do I create an environment that respects my cat's well-being?


24.6 How do I teach my cat to enter into its pet carrier?


24.7 How can I prepare my cat for a trip?


24.8 How can I prepare my cat for a visit to the veterinarian?


24.9 My cat has urinary disorders due to stress.