This is a major confusion for us as cat slaves. We may think that they are caused by fear or cold. But in fact, this issue may be even more complex.
Firstly, let’s talk about the issue of fear. Cats may experience physical tremors due to being afraid of strangers, loud music, or other unexpected events in your home. In this situation, the cat’s body will experience a “light or flight” reaction, leading to symptoms of epilepsy in the body. If your cat experiences this reaction when encountering these situations, you should promptly comfort them and provide them with a safe and quiet environment.
On the other hand, the trembling of cats’ bodies may also be due to their illness. Health issues such as low blood sugar, low blood pressure, and low body temperature can all lead to trembling symptoms in cats. If you find a cat trembling for a long time, you should take it to the veterinarian in a timely manner. In this case, you need to confirm if your cat shows signs of hypothermia. If so, you can wear long sleeved clothes and provide a warm and comfortable environment for him.
However, not all cats tremble for a bad reason. Some cats tremble with excitement when playing, playing coquettishly, or getting their favorite snacks. In this situation, you don’t need to worry too much, just give him enough physical contact, attention, and love, so that he can feel your care, and gradually reduce his trembling.
In short, if your cat is trembling all over, you need to carefully observe his condition and provide corresponding measures based on his condition. Only when we know the reason why cats tremble can we help them recover their health and peace of mind as soon as possible.