May 6, 2015 ... We asked a veterinary dermatologist to explain why cats pull their hair out and
chances are, it's a medical rather than behavioral reason.
Mar 23, 2015 ... Cats are fastidious when it comes to keeping their coat in tip-top condition. ... This
can lead to the cat having a ragged appearance to his coat or even ... To stop a
cat from pulling its hair out you need to get to the bottom of why ...
This innate behavior can cross the line from cleanliness to obsession, though, ...
Some cats take grooming too far and pull their own hair out due to stress.
Nov 17, 2010 ... Far and away the most common reason for cats to pull out their hair, ... Your vet
will do a skin scraping and put it under the microscope to check .... She has a
ridge down one side of her back.do you think this is a stress thing?
There are a lot of reasons why your cat might be losing fur. Often, it's because he
... Mites are another parasite that can cause cats to pull out their hair. There are ...
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Oct 9, 2012 ... +Lisa Milton believe it or not right now the cats are eating CORE Stew dog ....
There are no changes in the house and he's his usual, laid-back self - except for
... My cat still does pull his hair a little bit, but not like he used to.
If you have any suggestions, I would greatly appreciate hearing back from you. ...
Cats who pull, chew, or excessively groom their fur do this despite the fact that ...
be aware that our seemingly calm cat is actually stressed out about something.
Oct 15, 2011 ... Now he's been pulling out handfuls of fur a day and there are very visible ... is
pulling hair from(back legs and quarters) can also indicate a litter ...
Apr 28, 2012 ... Communities>Cats>Help, My cat is pulling her fur out. Aa ... domestic short hair,
recently she has been pulling her fur out from 1 spot on her back. ... if its allergies,
this can be environmental from any scent in the home such as ...
Feb 5, 2011 ... Excessive grooming in cats can be real a problem. ... aren't supposed to lick and
chew themselves until their fur falls out. ... The best way to check for fleas is to
examine the fur on your cat's lower back at the base of his tail.