Cats with hyperthyroidism may become more active. A vet can quickly identify it through physical examination and blood tests.
At 4-5 months old, neutering male cats and spaying females can calm them. While oestrogen alters female behaviour, testosterone can make male cats crazy.
Using odourless pheromones and herbal vapours, diffusers can help calm hyperactive cats. Utilize items made for cats; some oils are poisonous to them.
Cat trees and scratching posts are good additions to your home if you want to curb your cat's hyperactivity. Make sure there are enough litter boxes.
"To occupy your hyperactive cat, provide a variety of toys. To keep people interested, switch them up. Laser pointers and catnip can also be useful."
Pet the cat lightly around the head and shoulders while avoiding the tummy as you slowly approach it. If the cat has had enough petting, observe body language for signs of annoyance and stop.
Observe the association between food intake and cat hyperactivity in a journal. Change the frequency or kind of feeding. Several supplements make the dubious claim to soothe cats.
"Use a plug-in heating pad to add warmth and comfort to your cat's bed. Cats enjoy snoozing in warm places."
"Cats respond to sounds because they have sensitive hearing. There is relaxing cat music available online. Check to see whether your cat likes it as well!"
Veterinarians can recommend sedatives when behavioural training fails to quiet hyperactive cats. It should be properly monitored because it is transitory.