We know that humans can struggle with anxiety, but did you know that cats can experience anxiety, too? Cat anxiety can be quite draining for your furry friend. Some cats are more prone to experiencing fear, anxiety, and stress but the severity and frequency often depend on the breed and individual circumstances.
Anxiety is the overwhelming feeling of nervousness, usually surrounding an event that’s going to happen in the near future. Cats can experience those same feelings of unease and nervousness, too. Cat anxiety is when a cat anticipates danger or threat and can cause them to react in unusual ways.
It is not always easy to spot a cat that’s suffering from anxiety. The change in their bodily reaction and behaviors indicates a lot about what they’re going through.
Anxiety can be just as debilitating and frustrating for a cat as it is for a human, which is why it’s so important to find the right ways to treat a cat that’s suffering from anxiety.
Scratching helps remove the outer layer from a cat's nails: it's good grooming behavior. Cats scratch to stretch their claws, feet, and bodies. This releases "feel-good" hormones that help keep your cat healthy, to release stress or excitement or "blow off steam."
Enjoy a more fun way to share happy scratching time
Connect two cat scratching boards together to increase the area of the cat scratching board, cats have more fun playing
No cat can resist it
Two in one for claw grinding and playing
1*cat scratching board
Already seen several times and in the end I decided to buy it... very happy seeing my cats having fun with it all day long