Felines can be known to be stand-offish and nowhere as “needy” as their canine counterparts. But do cats get lonely?
Do Cats Get Lonely?
Unfortunately, there doesn’t appear to be a definitive yes or no whether cats get lonely. Instead, there seem to be as many answers as there are “experts” and kitties are remaining tight-lipped with the truth!
A quick search reveals a wide array of answers on whether our felines get lonely.
So, the simple answer is we don’t know and probably won’t until felines decide to let us in on this secret!
What Can a Cat Guardian Do If Their Cat Gets Lonely?
There is some good news, there may be signs and symptoms which may indicate your indoor cat is lonely and needs more companionship, interaction and human love. Below we explore the helpful tips to proactively keep your domestic cat from being lonely!
Just like our dogs, cats thrive on a consistent routine. If your routine suddenly changes, your cat may begin to exhibit symptoms of separation anxiety or loneliness. Do everything you can to maintain your pet’s regular schedule. If necessary, hire a pet sitter to avoid the development of negative and even destructive cat behaviors as well as feline loneliness.