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    Have you ever had a cat that lost it's hair? My beautiful orange kitty is losing hair around he neck. He's going to the doctor at 3:20. have you ever seen this before? Never in all my years have I seen such.
     
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    I have never seen such a thing. What did the vet have to say?
     
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    VEt says he has allergies. He gave him a shot.
     
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    sorry willow just saw this thread.....no mine always lose the leg and tummie hair from fleas.....of course when i treat for fleas..billie loses the hair where the advantage touches him....did they find flea dirt? i mean allergies is a catch all.....

    i just changed food to try to stop the pukers....so far its working
     
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    what are you feeding?
     
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    He's an indoor cat, at present we don't have fleas. Stumps is treated regularly as he is in and out. We feed them Iam's indoor weight control.
     
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    yes i didn't get my tomcat spayed until he was a few years old (mistake) and then he started licking his tummy so much the hair wore off. the vet said start giving him hormone pills & this stopped the licking. these pills also were the only medicine he seemed to enjoy eating, no problem none whatsoever giving him these pills :)
     
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