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Common Behavioral Issues in Cats and What to do About Them Part 3

No cat parent wants to deal with behavioral issues, and luckily, our veterinarian in North Bellmore can help.

Whether your cat scratches, bites or meows at the top of his or her lungs, behavioral issues in cats aren’t always fun to deal with. However, some of these behavioral issues could be a sign that your cat needs medical attention, so it’s important to know what to do when your cat starts acting up. In our last blog, we went over a few of these behavioral issues, so be sure to check it out. Here is the last common behavioral issue in cats and what to do about it:

#5. Your cat has been keeping you up at night.

Owning a cat shouldn’t make you sleep deprived, but if your cat has been keeping you up, here are a few things you can do:

  • Visit your vet – If your cat is overly agitated or active at night, it could be a sign that he or she is in pain.
  • Enrich your cat’s environment – Make sure that your cat has plenty of ways to get his or her energy out during the day by enriching their environment with toys, scratching posts and more.
  • Play before bed – Try wearing your kitty out with a good play session before you hit the hay.
  • Feed your cat at night – Cats usually sleep best after a big meal, so try feeding your cat at night.

Any time your cat starts behaving abnormally, your first step should be to take him or her to the vet. If your cat is due for a visit, schedule your appointment today.

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