May 6, 2015 ... We asked a veterinary dermatologist to explain why cats pull their hair out ... If
your cat is pulling out her fur, she most likely has a medical issue.
Fastidiously clean, cats spend a good portion of their time awake licking and
grooming themselves. This innate behavior can cross the line from cleanliness to
Nov 11, 2011 ... Kirkwood, MO - Veterinarian Patrick Tate says hair pulling in cats is not
uncommon and usually has to do with a medical or behavioral problem.
Wysong makes one and Steve's is another brand. You can do some ... I am sure it
is very distressful to have a cat that is literally pulling her fur out. Purrs to you ...
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Oct 9, 2012 ... After a few months of trying to find out why my cat is pulling out his hair, I think we
... My cat has been doing this very same thing. its been three years of vets and x-
rays, ... My kitty (16 years old) started pulling out the fur on his back last winter. ...
My cat still does pull his hair a little bit, but not like h...
Nov 17, 2010 ... There are many reasons why a cat might lose fur, but in a lot of cases, ... Far and
away the most common reason for cats to pull out their hair, ... can cause a local
allergic reaction that causes the cat to lick at the itchy area.
Cats who pull, chew, or excessively groom their fur do this despite the fact that
their ... not be aware that our seemingly calm cat is actually stressed out about
something. ... Maybe because they don't make money on something they don't
Oct 15, 2011 ... Recently my cat has been ripping out his fur a LOT more than normal. ... Now he's
been pulling out handfuls of fur a day and there are very visible .... bother her the
most, but I am certain that because of changes I made for ...
Apr 28, 2012 ... She also pulls fur out of the other cat we have....but I think that's ..... for you last
evening but for some reason its not showing...to make this short I ...
Feb 5, 2011 ... Why would a cat chew his fur out? ... keep themselves squeaky clean, they aren't
supposed to lick and chew themselves until their fur falls out.