Cats should never be left for more than 24 hours without having a professional caregiver check on their well-being and can identify unexpected illness or injury and keep a cat on its typical routine since cats are creatures of habit.
Anything can happen when pets are left alone and cats are no exception. From potentially lethal ailments like urinary blockages to potential home damages from a cat accidentally loosening a water hose behind a washing machine. Not checking on a cat daily while the owner is away can have costly or tragic results.
A urinary blockage is a life-threatening emergency death from a urethral blockage that can occur within three days. Take your cat to the vet immediately.
Cats do not like to be alone. They take notice when we are not there because they like to interact with us. Enjoy spending time with your cat, whether you’re playing or just cuddling up on the sofa.
Here are signs that the cat is spending to much time alone: Changes in behavior, appetite, litter box, or too much grooming.
To help your cat with anxiety leave the TV or radio on. Sometimes a lonely cat just needs a feline friend. If your cat needs more interaction, a feline friend can fill that need.
Professional Pet Sitting Services offered in the Upper to Mid-Pinellas County Area