Have you ever felt drowsy during the cloudy and rainy day? Sure it is. That’s right with cats. However, increased socializing with a cat’s pet will surely help you to overcome autumn and winter depression. And cats suffer from depression!
In early fall everything changes. Lights are getting smaller, the temperature is lower, the ambient smell is reduced. The color of the environment becomes darker. The sounds are silent.
And the cat’s environment is becoming less and less interesting. Whether they’re physically in it or just watching it from the window.
The cat’s world is, it must be confessed, much more puzzling and seemingly more complicated than the dog’s world. While mating can be relatively easy to interpret, cats are much harder to “read”.
They do not have pronounced changes that can be interpreted as facial mimics or are especially advertised, especially not too loud.
Of course, we must not forget that colder times are coming to a more pronounced occurrence of rheumatic diseases that can also greatly limit their movement and slow down the metabolism due to pronounced pain and lack of activity.
For cats with rheumatic problems, there is a very pronounced and constant search for the sun. As soon as the sunshine comes through the window, the cat will immediately go to that place and spend it frozen all the time as the sun is in that place.
This may be a form of early warning that a cat suffers from rheumatic problems, so it is necessary to take it to a veterinarian to establish adequate therapy.
We must not forget even the deafness that can be interpreted as psychological depression as time changes. Cats who are used to doing things outside will be very difficult to adapt to the home toilet.
This type of depression can also manifest itself in changes in eating habits. They can for a long time refuse food, constantly looking for something else that may seem like election. However, this behavior is just looking for more attention and contact with the owner.
The cat in this way requires more love and more attention. In these transitional periods, you need to show them more attention first of all through contacts with them and through various types of animation that will draw them away from the current state of depression.
Autumn disorders in cats coming out can also be expressed in digestion disorders, especially due to the lack of grass. It is known that cats very often by taking grass (fox), regulate their digestion and ejection of hair.
In the absence of grass, and during autumn sinking, cats can fall into very problematic conditions that are most commonly manifested by frequent vomiting of the acid (“vomiting of the foam”) as well as changes in the dynamics of the occurrence of the stool.
Such conditions, depending on the condition of the cat, can be manifested by the onset of persistent diarrhea and imprisonment.