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PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 12:59 am 
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Bengal Kitten

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Yeah, from what I learned, it's just a process of elimination. I'm basically 95% in the clear now though there's just that one lingering spot from before I made the switch. It's about done but I'm still monitoring. I've trimmed the food down to salmon and venison and that appears to be doing the trick. I decided no more turkey and they just magically stopped liking the rabbit so I returned/exchanged it. Hope you can get it squared away, CMYKjill! It's a pain in the ass but I guess we asked for it when we got the kitties haha


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2017 6:21 pm 
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Asian Leopard Cat

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I have a cat who does this due to neurological and nerve damage caused by a poisoning. It's not clear what percentage of the problem is in her head versus actual physical nerve damage. But one thing I do with her is all over massage of the skin and underlying muscles. She loves that and it has reduced some of the behavior. It also allows me to see what areas are sensitive for her. So I suggest doing an all over massage just to see if you feel any lumps, bumps, sensitive areas, etc.


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