Cats generally groom after eating or may have a quick lick when they want to create a distraction or feel slightly ‘embarrassed’ by a situation. For instance, a cat may misjudge (although rarely happens) a distance between landing stations and so will quickly lick itself after falling.
However, it will stand out and be noticeable if your cat starts to constantly lick itself. Constant feline over grooming can lead to loss of hair and bald patches and worse case scenarios – breaking of skin.
feline over grooming starts out as a reaction to a stressful situation and can turn into a habit even when the initial cause of stress has been removed.
Finding out what is causing your cat to be stressed can be tricky and it’s always best, if you cannot find an answer yourself, to hire in a specialist cat behaviourist who has studied cat behaviour and will have a better understanding on what may be happening.
You should also speak to your vet about any underlying medical issues.
Feline Over grooming Consultation
If you have found yourself on this page and are a cat guardian, with a feline over grooming issues to iron out, it’s more than likely that you will be seeking a cat behaviourist to visit your home as part of a cat behaviour consultation.
Why book a cat behaviour consultation with Anita Kelsey:
- Anita Kelsey has been studying cats for years and is fully accredited
- Currently in her second year at university reading for a BA in Cat Psychology
- Vet recommended and referred
- Full member of the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association
- Friendly and approachable
- Impeccable client references
- Support always given.
- Easy to talk to and contact
- Based in Notting Hill, London but will travel anywhere in the UK
- International clients welcome
- Full public liability insurance
- Emails answered within 24 hours and cat behaviour consultations always treated as an emergency and appointments given straight away
- Day, evening or week-end appointments available
- Anita is a natural animal communicator
- Specialised cat groomer. Behaviour consultations connected to grooming available
- Anita’s living and breathing passion is cats and she understands their behaviours and patterns more than anyone. She is experienced in dealing with feline over grooming.
To book an appointment for a cat behaviour consultation with Anita Kelsey, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org