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Stray cats are 13 times more likely to get back to their home if they are not brought to an animal shelter — 2 Comments

  1. You posted about a cat that got bald around the neck back in 2014. My cat has the same and vet stumped as well, what was the outcome?

    • Thanks for commenting Beth. If your cat is bald around the neck, the first thing I’d look at is allergies (or fleas) causing itching causing scratching which removes hair. Is your cat scratching around the neck. Hair does not simply fall out around the neck. It is far more common to be removed by overgrooming or scratching. Those are the two reasons. As it is very hard for a cat to lick around the neck I’d go for scratching. If that is true watch your cat and check for allergies and fleas. Fleas live in the fur around the neck. Do you flea comb regularly? Please tell me what is happening in this respect. Please click on the link below:

      https://pictures-of-cats.org/cat-health-tip-hair-loss.html

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