Hi all, We adopted a Ragdoll house cat about 18 months ago and have had some problems with his anxiety over that time. We wondered if anyone had any suggestions on the best way to manage it? We think he has a good diet and all the usual things which would make a cat happy. Here's his background and current treatments: He's 7 years old Former stud cat, re-homed when no longer being used as a stud cat. Previous owners had lots of cats and animals in general, and thought he'd benefit from being in a single cat household, which he is now. He did display some anxiety when we went to see him in former home, so think it's an ongoing issue for him from before we adopted him. However, most of the day time, he's a relaxed, happy cat. His anxiety consists of: Over grooming Vomits his food after eating. Occasionally makes howl noise at night and vomits stomach acid (if not having eaten recently) scratching at mirrors at nighttime crying at night time, and for food or to be let out to use the little tray. He has a cat flap but chooses not to use it at night... occasionally makes aggressive noises and does a 'snakebite' on me. But generally always with me like a shadow. In fact completely he ignores my partner and relays on me to feed and play with him. The treatments we're using to manage it are: Injection of Depot every 6 to 8 weeks from the vet. This is his main treatment and works well in the short term. When the Depot comes out of his system, vomiting and over-grooming become a problem. Ranitadine added to food. This has helped manage the vomiting after eating quite well. It still happens occasionally and doesn't help with the night time stomach acid vomiting. Provera 5mg 2x a week. Is there a better treatment option than the above for a anxious cat? I was wondering if the anti-depressant type treatments used on people for anxiety would also work on cats? Or is there a behavioural approach which might work best? Thanks for reading!