Because it can be difficult to read cats, you may be wondering how you can tell if your cat is anxious or worried
Cats' reactions to stressful situations aren't always obvious. It's possible that your feline friend will start eating less
licking their bellies more frequently than usual. On the other hand, there are also indicators that are more obvious.
Be prepared to take action to assist calm your nervous cat
make them feel better if you notice symptoms that your cat is stressed out.
If you notice any of these signs, your cat may be anxious.
Hiding: Does your cat vanish once another person enters the room?
Staring into your cat's eyes may seem innocent, but she won't enjoy it. "Cats hate being stared at because it shows dominance."