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A sign of friendliness. Cats give off their most inviting scents when they are in a comforting and welcoming environment.......
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Some cats can suffer from a medical condition called Allergic Dermatitis. The allergy can be caused by a hypersensitivity to parasites (most commonly the flea), food, dust, pollen or mold. This can cause cats to feel uncomfortable, itch, and lick their fur off....
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Cats might be licking everything that isn’t food if they are suffering a condition called pica– the eating of non-food items. A major cause of Pica is a nutritional imbalance. However, this is only one of several possibilities and should be considered if the licking is excessive....
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Cats Lick Each Other For Bonding. The primary reason for cats to lick each other is to strengthen the bond among their kind. You might even notice that even the hairless cats lick themselves and each other eventually....
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But why do cats spend so much time licking themselves? There are plenty of different reasons, so let’s explore them all. 1. To keep themselves clean. The most likely reason that you’ll see your cat licking themselves is simply to keep their fur nice and clean....
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It’s not uncommon for a mother cat to chew off the whiskers of her kittens. It is thought she does this to stop the kittens wandering too far and possibly getting into trouble. The Devon and Cornish Rex breeds have shortened curly whiskers....
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They are able to provide information on the outline of the prey, which enables the cat to bite the prey in exactly the right spot in order to kill it instantly. A cat with damaged whiskers will often aim the bite in the wrong area, therefore not killing the prey....
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Several conditions can cause a cat to bite her own tail, including medical issues and parasites. While your cat will occasionally gnaw on her tail while grooming herself, frequently doing so isn't normal behavior....
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Cats may also bite their tails for behavioral reasons. These include boredom, stress, separation anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Sudden changes to your home environment, such as a new person in the home or a move, can cause stress behavior such as tail chewing....
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Cats lick often in order to clean themselves. While cats constantly lick and groom themselves, licking that becomes obsessive or involves nonbody, nonfood items can be a sign of an underlying problem, such as a cat licking a blanket or a cat kneading with a blanket in her mouth....
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Kittens knead their mother's stomach to stimulate the flow of milk from the teat into their mouths. This is also why some cats dribble when they knead;they expect the milk that would have come from their mum after kneading her stomach....
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While it may be a form of flattery, cat licking still has the potential to become excessive or tiresome. It’s important to understand the specific reasons behind this feline behavior, so you can appropriately divert your cat’s attention when your arm needs a break....
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