9 Ways To Manage Your Cat’s Separation Anxiety While You’re Away Traveling

Birman kitten standing on sofa, maybe suffering from separation anxiety

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It’s a myth that all cats are totally independent. Sure, many of our feline friends are perfectly capable of being on their own for long periods of time. But other cats have separation anxiety that can lead to behaviors like excessive meowing, compulsive grooming, loss of appetite, vomiting, and eliminating outside of the litter box.

This can especially be a problem when you’re traveling for a long period of time. But there are steps you can take to calm this nervous behavior in your kitty.

Here are nine ways you can reduce separation anxiety in your cat while you’re away traveling.

Does your cat get upset when you leave the house? How do you keep your kitty from getting anxious when you travel? Let us know in the comments below!

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