New Poster! The Body Language of Feline Anxiety

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The first step to keeping animals calm is understanding their way of communicating with us humans. We’ve covered the important cues to dog behavior in our Body Language of Fear in Dogs poster. Now we have those same cues in poster form for cats!

FELINE ANXIETY poster-final

This informative tool can now be downloaded as a pdf, which means you can print out as many as you need to. If you would like to see this poster in another language, we’d love that too! For that, we need your volunteer assistance. Please go to our Poster Translation Page to fill out a contact form for approval to do a translation.

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2 responses to “New Poster! The Body Language of Feline Anxiety

  1. FOR THE PAST WEEK MY CAT HAS BEEN ACTING STRANGE. SHE HAS BEEN GOING TO THE LITTER BOX FREQUENTLY BUT NOT DOING ANYTHING. SHE GOES OUT AT NIGHT WHEN I AM HOME. I LIVE ON A QUIET STREET AND THERE ARE OTHER CATS
    FROM HER LITTER WHO LIVE AROUND THE CORNER FROM ME BUT LATELY SHE TRIES TO GO OUT DURING THE DAY AND WILL EVENT CRY IF SHE CAN’T. SHE I BRING HER TO THE VET?

  2. How would I make my cat trust me? Everytime when anyone (including myself) gets near her she runs away and she’s always on edge. I’ve tried to get her to calm down by playing with her but she has no interest in it but she has enough energy to run away from people all the time. She has mostly all the signs that were mentioned on the body language poster for anxiety in cats. However I have no clue how to make her more at ease and less scared 24/7.

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