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Based on the information provided, it appears your Korat cat is exhibiting aggression, which can be influenced by several factors, especially considering the recent lifestyle changes such as moving, travel, schedule changes, and changes in household members. These alterations can cause stress and anxiety in cats, potentially leading to aggressive behavior.

The medications your cat is currently on, Fluoxetine and Trazodone, are commonly prescribed to manage behavioral issues in pets, including aggression and anxiety. It's important to ensure these medications are given consistently and as prescribed by your veterinarian, as irregular dosing can lead to fluctuations in behavior.

In addition to medication, creating a calm and stable environment can help manage stress-related aggression. This includes establishing a routine, providing a quiet space for your cat to retreat to, and using pheromone diffusers, which can have a calming effect on some cats.

Regarding the other issues you've mentioned, such as ear problems, diarrhea, vomiting, and lethargy, these can be symptoms of various underlying health conditions ranging from infections to systemic diseases. It's crucial to monitor your cat closely for any worsening of these symptoms or the development of new ones.

At home, ensure your cat has access to fresh water and is eating a balanced diet. Observe for any changes in appetite or water consumption, as these can be indicators of health issues. Keep the living area clean and free from potential toxins, and ensure your cat is not exposed to any substances that could lead to toxic ingestion.

If your cat shows signs of severe distress, such as persistent vomiting or diarrhea, difficulty breathing, or a significant change in behavior or consciousness, these are emergencies, and you should seek immediate veterinary care.

Maintaining regular veterinary check-ups is essential for early detection and management of health issues, especially as your cat ages. Keep a record of any changes in behavior or physical health and communicate these to your veterinarian.

In summary, provide a consistent and calm environment, monitor your cat's health and behavior closely, adhere to medication schedules, and be vigilant for any signs of deterioration or emergency situations. If you notice any concerning changes, it's important to contact your veterinarian promptly.

If you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to come back to us! Thank you.