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Cats can become sad or depressed because of different reasons, such as illness, grief, or injury. Pay attention to the body language of your cat to see if they are acting depressed. Your cat may meow more or less than usual or stop eating if they feel unhappy. There can be several reasons why a cat gets depressed. Cats can grieve when the dynamics of the relationship is lost. If you suspect your cat is depressed because it is sick, then you should schedule a visit with your vet as soon as possible. When a family member (human or animal) passes away or moves out, your cat may mourn and become depressed. This is usually only a temporary behavior. With some time, your pet will return to normal. If your cat seems sick, you should immediately call your Vet. Always consult your doctor for health-related questions. They have examined your pet, know the pet's health history, and can make the best recommendations. Watch Now: What Is Your Cat Say to You?.

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