Cats can feel emotion and can even get depressed.
Loss of their best kitty or human friend can make a cat sad and can even lead to separation anxiety!
In today’s blog post I’d like to share with you five signs that your cat is sad.
So, let’s get started, shall we?
- The Voice: The cats become more vocal when they’re sad and the cats that are naturally very vocal become silent.
Your kitty may also purr a lot to comfort itself.
- Body Signs: Each cat has its own ‘tell’ when it comes to body signs.
Your kitty may herself into a tiny ball with her tail around her to feel comfortable or she may be more aggressive.
- Sleep: Cats like to sleep. Sad cats like to sleep even more. In fact, if your cat hides around the house and sleeps for hours and hours then, this is a definite sign that your kitty is depressed.
- Grooming: Your cat will stop grooming herself if she is sad. The poor grooming could also be a sign that your cat is ill. So, don’t take it lightly!
- Play: If your cat (or kitten) normally loves to play a lot and stops suddenly then, this is a sign that your fur ball is sad.
Do you know any other signs? Share them with us in the comments section!