That sounds really strange and concerning! It could be due to a number of things, including allergies, infection, parasites, injury, or even genetics.
I suggest visiting your vet to get a professional opinion and the right treatment for the cat.
In some incomprehensible way, the cat has grown almost a kilogram of dirty wool outgrowths on its body.
Because of this, the animal became more difficult to breathe! One day, her owner, an elderly man, was sent to a nursing home in Pittsburgh. Then Heidi and the second cat, Siam, were left alone, without food or drink…
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