Cats’ behavior when left alone for long periods

Have you ever wondered what your furry friend does when you’re not around? Cats are known for their independent nature, but how do they really behave when left alone for long periods of time? When left to their own devices, cats may exhibit a range of behaviors. Some cats may become more vocal, meowing or yowling to express their displeasure at being alone. Others may become more destructive, scratching furniture or knocking things over. To help alleviate your cat’s stress when left alone, consider providing plenty of toys and interactive activities to keep them entertained. You can also leave out puzzle feeders or treats for them to discover while you’re away. Remember, every cat is unique, so it’s important to observe your cat’s behavior and make adjustments as needed to ensure they are happy and content, even when left alone for long periods.

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