When a Cat Stops Self-Grooming, Something Is Wrong

Cats do not choose to ignore their fur.

Cats are fastidious groomers, which is why their fur looks so sleek and silky. They prize cleanliness. That’s why, if a cat lets herself go and her hair doesn’t look as kempt as usual — you can perhaps see flakes in it — you should get her to the doctor. When a cat stops grooming […]
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