Cat acting weird after steroid shot

Hi, I've had something in my house for quite sometime…I see a shadow moving in my hallway back and forth.  The shadow saw me look @ it, then came where I was…got scared ran out of my house with my child.  Also think I heard it talking through my tv frequently…fire alarm went off the night before around 2am and the following night …I told it to stop.  No more occurence….light went off in the whole house then came back on…Heard knocking on my dresser…someone please tell me what this can be…

Today’s weird science question comes from Kendraw: “My cat is obsessed with licking me. She will tolerate pets, but what she really wants to do when she needs attention is to lick me anywhere she can get skin. She won’t lick my face, thank goodness, but my arm, elbow, and hand are fair game! She will literally hold me down in her paws and clean me. And it’s not just a few licks; she gets quite thorough about it. I’ve tried bitter spray. No luck. I know it’s a sign of affection , but is there any way I can gently get her to stop?” Well, Kendraw, you’ve got a question and I’ve got some answers. First I’ll talk about why cats lick, and then I’ll give you some tips on how to persuade your cat that there are much more awesome options than grooming you until your skin is raw.

How each cat passes is unique. How you handle it doesn’t have to be. You can flip out, run away, not deal with it and make an excuse why you let them suffer because you were afraid, or you can use this experience to truly cherish those last days, to celebrate them both before and after your cat passes away. This is not an easy path but we all have to face it. Being prepared and resolute in your roll will go a long way to making those last days blessed and at some point you will be able to look back and feel comfortable with the choices you made.

All you want is a good night’s sleep, and Fluffy is yowling away . We know how you feel. Your feline's midnight caterwauling sometimes stems from her urge to hunt the insects and rodents in your home. Her attempts to capture her prey can lead to cries of elation or, if she’s not so lucky, frustration. Curb her excess energy and urge to hunt at night by providing her with food puzzles and plenty of enriching toys to play with during the day. If she’s a senior cat and is very vocal at night, she might have a serious problem and will need to see the vet.

Cat acting weird after steroid shot

cat acting weird after steroid shot

All you want is a good night’s sleep, and Fluffy is yowling away . We know how you feel. Your feline's midnight caterwauling sometimes stems from her urge to hunt the insects and rodents in your home. Her attempts to capture her prey can lead to cries of elation or, if she’s not so lucky, frustration. Curb her excess energy and urge to hunt at night by providing her with food puzzles and plenty of enriching toys to play with during the day. If she’s a senior cat and is very vocal at night, she might have a serious problem and will need to see the vet.

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