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Common Cat Behavior Problems and Solutions

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Problem: Solution:
Biting Be Serene
Biting cats frighten people and can cause infections, so put Be Serene in your cat’s water, and implement behavior therapy recommendations. Your vet may prescribe Clomipramine (Rx) or Fluoxetine (Rx).
Urinating Outside the Litter Box Nordic Naturals
Nordic Naturals Omega-3 Pet helps stimulate healthy brain cells so that cats are better able to learn to use the litter box. Nordic Naturals Omega-3 Pet also decreases inflammation throughout the body, including in the bladder, making it less likely that your cat will have accidents.
Aggression, Stress, Spraying Comfort Zone Feliway
Reduce stressful behaviors including spraying, inter-pet fighting and aggression. Feliway mimics a natural comforting pheromone that helps cats feel calm. For more aggressive cases, your vet may prescribe Clomipramine (Rx) or Fluoxetine (Rx).
Finicky eaters Be Well for Cats
When you’re worried your cat isn’t getting the nutrition it needs because it is addicted to a particular diet, sprinkle Be Well for Cats onto its food. Be Well is an excellent source of fatty acids to nourish the coat and internal organ—heart, liver, eyes, and kidneys. It’s also delicious.
Senior moments, confusion Denosyl
Denosyl is ideal for confusion and senior moments (kitty Alzheimer’s disease). Denosyl increases mental clarity, improves mood, and benefits the liver, heart, eyes, and skin.
 
 

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