Manage Stress Disorder Post-Traumatic

Most cat owners do not realize that our pets can suffer from stress as human beings. When you bring home a cat you really being denied the company of his mother and litter. This can have a major impact on the animal. The post-traumatic stress and separation anxiety in dogs and cats can lead to significant abnormal behavior in domestic animals. Separation anxiety is more prominent in cats: * * were left together after a long separation. * Are exposed to too much attention every time the cat owner returns from work. * Are separated from mothers immediately after birth. * Are exposed to too much noise.

* Suffer from physical trauma. He is almost similar to humans. It can be caused by anything you remember a traumatic event that may have experienced. Your cat may show the following signs of tension or anxiety: * The urination and defecation in inappropriate places. * Fearful reaction to signs of trauma. * The excessive meowing for no apparent reason. * Hiding behind doors or furniture.

* Aggressive Behavior. * Convulsions (in severe cases) the required specifications. The punishment should not be an option to consider. Punishing your cat is unlikely to cure the condition and could be worse. Some of the options you should consider are: * Fix a separate but safe place for the cat, which can be used to get away from the noise, people and other animals. * Cats are comforting the smell of the owners. Leave a piece of clothing you have recently used in a safe place. This will keep the cat calm. * The game is stress reliever for cats. Play with your cat but make sure you do not push your way. * Try the routine again soon. * Consider abandoned cats found a home fear they will be abandoned again. Cats that have been separated from mothers as soon as they are born, do not get enough time to learn the socialization with other cats. The trauma of any kind, a long separation, excessive noise or injury has similar affects. It is easier to manage post-trauma stress in younger cats. If the trauma happens later in life, it might require training your cat in the socialization and house training again. If your cat still continues to show signs of stress trauma, it is best to consult a veterinarian to eliminate medical problems.