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Feature November 2017 Issue

Minimizing Stress for Your Cat

Cats are strongly connected to their environment, so moving can be a major stressor in your petís life. Take steps to make it as safe and peaceful as possible.

Minimizing Stress for Your Cat

Most importantly, cats don't like changes in their environment or schedule. But when they're necessary, here are feline-friendly ways to minimize their effect.

Much in the same way that stress affects humans, it can also affect cats. While brief periods of stress can help cats to survive dangerous situations, recurrent or prolonged stress can be harmful for them both physically and emotionally.

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