I first thought this was a phase, when I first moved to my new apartment, over a year ago. Now it's a constant pain the butt. My cat Wylie bangs on the closet to get in, which isn't not allowed, and caterwauls when I go to sleep at night, and then early in the morning. I tell him to stop by saying no and slapping hands. But sometimes it's never enough to get him to stop for good! Any ideas?
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Paula, he's been neutered a decade ago and is also an adult senior male. I have no plans to get rid of him. I just wish he would stop making noise at night and early morning.
16,that's a game changer.Aging can increase their anxiety,tendency to react aggressively,&behavior problems may arise in senior years.Changes in behavior are signs of treatable medical disorders,Vet can recommend therapies to comfort your cat
Oh heck, Kristen, at 16 you're gonna have to get a wheel chair for the wheel!! Poor baby is having a tough time with aging. I know how he feels.
Me too, not a night goes by you won't find me caterwauling and trying to get out of the closet. They let me out during the day.
Somehow, I don't have a single problem believing that, T. Kudos to UR wife who bought herself a pr of earplugs & a padlock 4 the closet door. Smart lady.
So sue me.
Paula, I guess I will have to deal with it. TSAD, it's not aggressive and is healthy at 10 pounds right now. Anxiety? Hmm. I'm not sure about the vet just yet.