How To Stop Overgrooming In Your Cat (And Your Pet)

Overgrooming is when a cat spends an abnormally large amount of time grooming itself. Cats go overgroom for medical reasons and behavioral reasons. The primary cause of overgrooming in cats is stress. By treating the cause of stress and adding stress-relieving activities and pheromones to the cat's day, you can help your cat stop overgropping. (max_bytes(150000):strip_icc()/how-to-stop-cat-overgrooming-554052-05-85973695221d47079fd643a28acbe055. Psychogenic alopecia is likely to be chronic and consists of a number of combined stressors. Cats can have allergies to food, fleas, or other elements of their environment.

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Consider any recent changes that could underlie this behavior. (jpg) A spray or plug-in Pheromone product, like Feliway, can be helpful to relieve stress. Play therapy is a great stress reliever. If you suspect your pet is sick, call your vet immediately.

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They have examined your pet, know the pet's health history, and can make the best recommendations. For more information on how to care for your cat, visit www. petfinder. com. .

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