Actually, I believe the situation is not abuse, but the change of location. Animals need to feel like they own their environment. Changing that environment will cause a great deal of stress to your cat. In this case, your cat changed environments twice. Offer the cat clothes that you have worn and not washed to show familiar scents. Be sure your cat has familiar furniture and blankets as well. Also, be sure to play with, and pay attention to, your cat to show her she is safe with you. It takes some cats a bit longer than others, so be patient with her.
My cat has been with us for about 2 years. He loves his daddy, but all of a sudden he has been acting strangely toward him. He follows him around fussing and acting like he wants to fight him, and his daddy has been fussing back at him like he is going to spank him or hit him and fussing with him. It is worrying me. What should I look for?
My cat laid in a flower pot all day yesterday, and never got out to my knowledge, because he was in the same position as when I left. My family and I took him inside because we were worried, and he went straight upstairs into my daughter's room, laying in the the corner, and went back there if someone moved him. He has recently become an outside cat too. What does this mean?
My cat typically is very anxious. She greets me when I get home and is usually vying for my attention. My work schedule has changed. Yesterday, she seemed okay with it and acted normally. Today, she did not greet me, and has hidden under the bed all night. Is it the schedule change or something more?
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