Cat Pulling Hair Out
The cat pulls the hair under the tail, what does that mean? 3
I found a piece of fur and when I grabbed it it looked like a crazy cat was distorting itself (just pulling its hair almost crazy ... people? :)
I had the same problem with one of my cats. R is missing from the front legs. I took him to the doctor and he said there was no itch on the skin and no fleas. He hugged her, it felt like a junk. She says it could be a stressful cat that worries too much. This is a nervous cap. You can always consult a veterinarian and ask them to rule out any medical issues.
The veterinarian can confirm this important reason that it is related to indications only. Take a comb, use a pointed and pointed comb to reduce the waist and hip area, and focus on getting out. Do you have points? Move insects? If you have received a token, this is where the token will be transferred. These are head lice that can be treated at $ 12 per dose. If there is a button on the tail, is there any oily part under the waist / tail? Many cats develop their sebaceous glands in their skin by moving and moving too much. If this is an allergic reaction to a nutrient, consider changing the ingredients. Cat nutrition changes its elements all the time and should not affect the bag or box. Will it respond to nutrition, rosemary juice (both certified in our cats), at least one particular ingredient, including wheat, soy or fish, or any other aspect of an excellent allergic reaction to it? . . Adding either raw chickens or turkeys to the diet routine can help (frozen meat can restore low stability in a position where the allergic reaction is tolerated), but your veterinarian will still Can keep an eye on the cat. A common skin condition among veterinarians is getting rid of (or protecting) skin particles. However, this is not your mother at the moment and it falls on the person, not the cat that pulls. I'm basically saying punctual hypersthesia, it should be because some men can get it, but these cats are usually male and overweight. At least that's what I imagined (3 things, being an animal-loving owner).
If it is tail based, it can be caused by many things.
2. Allergies (usually related to fleas ... even a flea can do this on some cats)
5. Some neurological disorders.
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Cats have special nerves on the surface of their skin that make them more sensitive to touch than humans. In my cat, we found that these seizures were ultimately caused by fleas, even though he didn't have many fleas. All it takes is a chip to jump, play and play to get that reaction. The vet said he could feel pain in response to the tea.
We put him on a flea control program even though we never saw a flea and he gave up.
If you are not sure if fleas are the cause, ask your doctor to examine them, place them on wet paper and paint them. If the dust on the paper turns red, it is a splinter.