Sassy Says….Separation Anxiety Tips

Meet our Pet of the Month Sassy!

Sassy is an absolutely gorgeous seal point Siamese kitty. She’s only 8 pounds but “Though she be but little she is fierce” and she certainly lives up to her name. She was rescued five years ago, age 10, and she makes her owner’s every day lovelier. She’s also a “Hemingway” cat or, polydactyl, which means she has lots of extra toes!

Sassy wants to remind Pet owners that one thing we know for certain about our furry counterparts is that dogs and cats are creatures of habit. They thrive on consistency, and sudden scheduling changes can throw them for a loop! As many of us have been getting used to more time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, we can’t help but wonder how our pets will react once we begin getting back into some of our routines. 

Your dog or cat may be left wondering why everyone is rushing out the door instead of continuing to spend time at home. And separation anxiety can be very common in our furry counterparts. Luckily, we’ve got seven expert tips to help with the transition, and hopefully, avoid separation anxiety and negative habits from developing. Click here to read the 7 expert tips from the ASPCA on how to help your pet with separation anxiety.