Changes in behavior, like aggression, excessive grooming, or hiding, can be indicators of feline stress.
Stress can affect a cat's appetite, leading to either overeating or a loss of interest in food.
Inappropriate urination or defecation can be a sign of stress-related problems.
Cats may become more vocal when stressed, whether through excessive meowing, hissing, or growling.
Cats often hide in response to stress, seeking a safe and quiet space to calm themselves.
Over-grooming, leading to hair loss or bald spots, can be a physical manifestation of feline stress.
Providing a stress-free environment, offering comfort, and consulting with a veterinarian are ways to help your cat overcome stress.