Cats not eating - 4 things to do

Does your cat lose appetite?

Cats not eating - 4 things to do

1

Check with your veterinarian: many different medical conditions could be the cause

2

Understand why your cat may be losing its appetite

  • Recent change of food?
  • Competition with another cat for food?
  • Recent changes at home? (moving home, new furniture, redecorating,...)
  • Recent travelling or stay with a cat sitter?
3

Help your cat eat normally again with FELIWAY CLASSIC

  • Releases “happy messages”’ to create a safe and secure environment at home
  • Improvement happens within the first week
  • Continued use for at least one month is recommended
4

Follow cat feeding “golden rules”

  • Offer tasty food: Try different food types, either dry or wet, with different flavors. Your cat may have their own preferences too!
  • In a quiet dining room
  • Keep food bowl always accessible
  • And make sure each cat has its own food bowl (cats don’t like to share!)

We recommend:

FELIWAY CLASSIC Diffuser

Plug in your cat’s favourite room for at least 30 days to reinforce feeling of security.

FELIWAY CLASSIC Spray

Spray daily on your cat’s resting and hiding areas to make them more safe and secure.

Why do cats lose their appetite?

Cats not eating can have either a medical or an emotional cause. Check with your veterinarian for medical issues.

Cats usually eat less when they feel disturbed.

Many things may conflict with your cat’s natural need for stability, such as:

  • Travelling upsets your cat’s routine which might cause them to avoid eating for a time.
  • Changes in the home can disturb cats as it causes disorientation (new furniture, redecorating...)
  • Cats can take a long time to adjust to new types of food. A recent change in diet could explain why your cat becomes picky with food.
  • Competition with other cats for food or water can keep your cat away from its food bowl or the presence of a dog.

Using FELIWAY CLASSIC Diffuser will help keep your cat feeling comfortable and get back to eating normally again.