How to Tell If Your Cat Needs A Feline Friend

Frequent vocalizing when you’re unavailable likely means they’re unfulfilled and craving interaction.

Chronic Meowing 

Bad behaviors like biting and ambushing you signals pent up play/hunting energy and a need for feline companionship.  

Acting Out Aggression

 Intense licking, sometimes removing fur, redirects stress and obsessive coping when bored.  

Excessive Overgrooming

Repeatedly urinating/defecating outside litter box often ties to attention-getting behavior due to isolation.  

 Inappropriate Elimination  

Extreme hiding, wary behavior and difficulty adjusting to changes conveys unstable mood without support.

Heightened Anxiety  

Apathy, sleeping excessively, lack of grooming hints depressive funk from inadequate social stimulation.   

 Depressed State  

Consistent destructive chewing, scratching and getting into mischief signals boredom and frustration when denied an playmate.


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