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There are other possible causes for paw licking. Her paws could hurt due to arthritis, rheumatism or any other ailment. The licking is an attempt at soothing the pain. A vet could try examining her joints for any evidence of inflammation or damage. If she has a habit of pulling the leash and you use a collar on her, the pulling can pinch the nerves between ...


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Our domesticated cats hail from desert areas, meaning they can handle heat and should not be shaved, as it is an aspect of their ability to keep cool and doing so can cause them harm. (Willowbrook Vet or any search will show this.) I personally turn all things off when I leave--cats get into trouble, especially with anything with moving parts. I leave the AC ...


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