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Feature November 2016 Issue

Anti-Anxiety Medications for Cats

Common triggers for anxiety in cats can include the arrival of a new baby, the departure of a family member or the introduction of a new animal into the home.

Anti-Anxiety Medications for Cats

A variety of pacifying drugs are available that can provide relief for an anxious cat with the expertise of your veterinarian. Here's how they work.

Regardless of age, breed or gender, any cat can develop a serious and potentially disabling anxiety disorder. This is an affliction in which a cat is persistently and significantly disturbed by phenomena or situations that a normal cat would ignore or soon learn to disregard.

Unfortunately, this baffling condition is one of the more frequently observed among all feline behavioral syndromes.

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