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Food supplements

How do I know my cat is scared?

Signs of fear and stress are sometimes hard to tell apart, as some cats exhibit them in quick succession, rather than simultaneously. As such, your cat might seem calm during a visit to the veterinarian but, if you look closely, you might notice one of these signs. It is important to discuss this with your veterinarian and prepare your next visits. If cases are too frequent, you can help your cat overcome the effects of fear by anticipating them and giving it a food supplement that helps attenuate the effects of fear. (Anxivet ®).


Signs of fear in a cat:

* despite sometimes appearing along with signs of fear, these are signs of stress


A calm cat’s posture is serene, it looks forward, is interested by its environment, and goes towards people:  



That you ask yourself about your companion

What are stress and fear for a cat?

How do I know my cat is stressed?

When should I see my veterinarian?

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

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

How can I prepare my cat for a trip?

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

My cat has urinary disorders due to stress.

How can I prepare my cat for a stressful situation?