For cats that have just arrived in a new environment, it is inevitable that they will be psychologically nervous and form an invisible sense of fear. The formation of fear is mainly caused by feeling insecure about the surroundings.
For young kittens, they are very timid, they are curious about the outside world, but also have a sense of fear and dread. If a timid cat is kept at home, how should the owner eliminate the cat’s fear?
Strictly speaking, the owner should create a relaxing and comfortable living environment for the cat.
Making the cat feel that the environment it is in is very warm and safe will first eliminate part of the cat’s tension and fear, allowing the cat to relax and integrate into a new environment without feeling too nervous.
For cats with fear, the owner should not immediately force the cat to accept new things or adapt to the new environment. Owners should give their cats enough time to slowly feel everything around them, and owners should not force their cats to do anything that they would be afraid of.
At the same time, in daily life, the owner should also keep the cat’s living environment quiet, avoid strangers coming in and out, and avoid random contact or teasing the pet cat.
In order to eliminate the cat’s fear, the owner can gently walk to the cat’s side and gently stroke the cat’s body with both hands to make the cat feel comfortable and slowly relaxed.
At the same time, the owner should prepare food and water for the cat on a regular basis every day. When the cat is eating, the owner should not deliberately disturb it, but just watch quietly from the side.
To eliminate the inner fear of the pet cat, the first thing is to let the cat down its defensive and nervous mind. The owner’s friendly attitude and careful care are good ways to relax the cat’s emotions.
After the pet cat is familiar with its environment and has a better understanding and knowledge of the new owner and family in the environment, the cat’s fear will disappear.