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Hello my fellow cat people I need some advice. ? I’m totally at a loss. My lula bear has been acting fine(not weak or sick) but I notice she is licking her fur off. She looks so terrible.
And also she’s vomiting a lot. I left her for 10 hours today for work and came home to 5 spots in random places in my room. Idk if it’s like separation anxiety or what. I’ve seen her vomit a few times but it’s mostly when I’m out of the house. But when I’m home she won’t ever leave my side. Even when I take a bath she has to sit on the side of the tub.
This has been going on for a couple months and the vet hasn’t been much help. Thought it was fleas cause of her itching but we’ve treated her and the house. We’ve never seen fleas to begin with. Please if you have advice help!! I want y’alls opinion before I go to the vet which won’t be open during the holidays.
 

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Is the fur licking a new behavior? Have there been any changes ----in your routine, new house/apt, new dog/cats outside, new noises? Lulu sounds like a needy cat, and if there have been any changes, she has started "obsessive grooming" This is something quite a lot of cats do to soothe themselves, if they are a little upset about something. Zuba had lovely curly hair on his tummy until we had three months of indoor renovations done in our house with all the hammering, drilling and noise that go with it, and when the renovations were finished, Zuba still kept on with the over-grooming, and has never grown out of this habit....so he has a bald tummy. Unfortunately, our younger Devon picked up the habit from Zuba even tho there have been no changes at all in our routine, or any work done. You could get something from the vet to make her feel calmer. Another thing you might try is Bach Rescue Remedy; it works for some, not for others, but worth a try. Bach Rescue Remedy Pet

As for her vomiting, have you changed her food? You should have her checked out by the vet for this, as it could be something serious. All the best!
 
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