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Give your cat a calm room with a DAP diffuser, soothing music, comfortable hiding places, toys and no other visual stimuli. Food allergies often cause cats to lick their paws, though the cause could also be environmental. I've read that feline and canine saliva ours, too. Even you don't notice fleas on him, a cat with flea allergies can be affected by a bite for several weeks. Anxiety If all medical causes have been eliminated, your cat may be excessively licking his paws because of a psychological illness, such as anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder. If you notice any black flecks on your cat, he's been in contact with fleas, so give him flea preventative to prevent future infestations and clean your house to remove any remaining larvae.
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Excessive Paw Licking In Cats
Look for stickers, burrs or splinters stuck in the foot. Powered by Brightspot. If there are no ticks, he may have a flea bite. If there's evidence of a wound, hair loss or even thinning of the fur, continual licking of the area is considered excessive.
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Why is my cat licking his paws
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