Recent Questions Tagged Cat-Bite-Treatment

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Your cat could bite your head or hair as a means of calming himself when he is anxious. If changes in your living situation, routine or housing have left your cat feeling insecure, his attention to your head could just be a way of confirming your bond together or reasserting her claim on you....
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If your cat is constantly chewing on his paws, and now you notice a dry, chapped area in between his toes or on the pads, something is bothering him and it could be caused by an allergic reaction to something he's contacting....
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Cats bite their owners for a variety of reasons, but the two main reasons are basically polar opposites of each other. It could either be out of aggression, or it could be what’s called a “love bite”....
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However, continual nail biting can be an indication of anxiety, injury, infection or of old nail sheaths remaining longer than they should. Sometimes a cat becomes anxious over somethingfood, other cats, family members, children or other factors....
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Stress. Eating hair may also be a reaction to stress in felines. According to the ASPCA , pica can be a "displacement behavior. ". Maybe your cat desperately wants to play with her favorite motorized toy mouse, but just can't find it, so she instead opts to eat hair....
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Cat nail care is the same care as ours trimming them when they get too long, or become too rough or pointed. Cat claw control makes your cat happier - claws that are too long get snagged on carpets or blankets, and can become painful....
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Sometimes a cat biting his nails can be caused by dental health problems. It is a good idea to periodically check the teeth as well as the entire body of the cat for lumps or other skin abnormalities, including infections....
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They will often lick off their fur or the wound may cause the fur to fall off due to infection around the wound. Wounds can occur anywhere on the body but are often on the paws, face, neck, or around the rear end....
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Gentle bites are frequently used by cats to get attention;love bites might be used to grab your attention while being affectionate. Many cats like attention, but some cats seem to be obsessed with it even to the point where the desire for attention seems to be too much for humans to handle....
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Any true aggressiveness in a pet cat should be investigated by a veterinary behaviorist to protect the cat and the people. But the kind of bite that cat owners wonder about is a less antagonistic behavior that seems to be an attempt to communicate....
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If you’re being affectionate toward your kitty and cuddling when the bite happens, but you stop and another bite takes place, then when you pet your cat, your cat stops biting, it may be a somewhat clear indication your cat is using the bite to ask for more cuddles....
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While mild infections cause slight discomfort, serious ones can be life-threatening. Health Guide Info warns a cat bite infection can develop within 24 to 48 hours of being bitten. Common signs of infection include: Redness: One of the first signs your bite may be getting infected is redness around the wound....
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