How to reduce stress and anxiety in your cat

Just like us, our pets can suffer from fear, nervousness, and anxiety. Stressful situations can result in problem behaviour and unnecessary upset for your pet.

How to reduce stress and anxiety in your cat

What causes stress in cats?
Just like us, our pets can suffer from fear, nervousness, and anxiety. Stressful situations can result in problem behaviour and unnecessary upset for your pet. The following situations commonly trigger stress in cats: 

  • Fireworks
  • Thunderstorms
  • Travelling in the car
  • Trips to the vet
  • Trips to the cattery
  • New pet or baby

What are the signs that your cat is stressed?

A troubled cat demonstrates their discomfort in a number of ways, some of which can also be distressing to the owner. Common problem behaviours include vertical scratching, constant meowing and spraying.
                  
Cats meow due to stress     Cats scratch due to stress     Cats spray due to stress

How can I help reduce stress in my cat?

Beaphar has developed a range of natural products to effectively help calm our pets, harnessing the immense power of nature for happier cats.

Beaphar Calming Spot On for cats naturally and effectively calms and reduces problem behaviour in cats of all breeds and ages. Containing Valerian (not to be confused with Valium) extract, a single application will calm your cat for up to one week.

Beaphar Calming Cat Treats are a meaty-flavoured treat, formulated with Valerian to reduce anxiety in cats during stressful times. Containing Valerian, hop flowers and the herb Melissa, these natural alternatives to pharmaceuticals promote relaxation in an easy to administer form. 

Beaphar Calming Tablets are a completely natural way to help your cat feel calmer and happier. Made from a soothing blend of natural plant extracts, including Rosemary, Limetree Blossom, Hop Flowers & Melissa, these tablets promote a calming effect without causing drowsiness.

Beaphar Calming Home Spray, formulated with soothing Valerian, is designed for use around the home or in a cat carrier, it helps to prevent the symptoms of distress and unwanted behaviour.

  pet types : Cat

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