Notice any behavioral changes in your cat, such as withdrawal or excessive sleeping, which can be signs of depression.
Changes in appetite, either eating less or more, can indicate underlying emotional issues in cats.
Cats with depression may exhibit litter box issues, such as urinating outside the box.
A disinterest in play and grooming can be signs that your cat is feeling down.
Major life changes, like moving or the introduction of a new pet, can trigger cat depression.
The loss of a companion, human or feline, can cause grief and depression in cats.
If you suspect your cat is depressed, consult your veterinarian for a thorough evaluation and guidance.