For a Super-Anxious Cat, Drugs May Help

Giving medication is not giving up; it’s a tool to help your pet adjust.

Any cat so anxious that she cannot relax or overreacts to stimuli like the presence of visitors or common household noises should be evaluated by a qualified animal behaviorist. A veterinarian board-certified in animal behavior or a certified applied animal behaviorist will offer advice about behavior modification that can help her cope with her fear […]
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