No, You’re Not a Failure If You Give Your Cat a Psychotropic Medication

Why choosing a drug to address a feline’s anxiety might be the right step to take.


Things that indicate your cat has been sent over the edge: hostile behavior toward another animal in the house that intends no harm; nervousness about being left alone for a few hours that leaves your pet meowing and miserable in your absence even though you come home every single time; thunder that has your pet diving for cover under a bed or couch. Cats, like people, develop all kinds of anxiety disorders that cause over-the-top, maladaptive reactions.

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