If the cat loses its fur during the change of season, this is completely normal.
The hair of the cat, in fact, thickens for the winter and becomes more sparse towards spring.
But if your cat loses its patchy hair or loses too much hair, you need to run for cover!
BECAUSE of THE CAT LOSS ITS HAIR
The cat, just like us humans, can lose patches due to stress.
It is possible that this status derives from a drastic change in habits, for example, a move, an unwelcome new tenant, a chaotic situation, or a pregnancy.
ALLERGIC REACTIONS IN CAT
Our friends are also subject to both food and contact allergies.
It is important not to wash the cat too often and not to use products for humans because they could alter the ph and the bacterial balance of the cat.
It is also recommended to use bedding free of perfumes or chemical additives that can cause irritation.
DISEASES OF THE CAT
Cat hair loss may result from diseases such as feline alopecia, folliculitis, and scabies.
If you see that the cat has itch and scratches or licks more frequently, it is best to contact your veterinarian.
Have you noticed a limited area without hair? It could be a wound.
Especially in the mating season, if the cat lives in semi-freedom, it is possible that he will come back a little bare for some cat litigation.
HOW TO REDUCE THE LOSS OF HAIR IN THE CAT
BRUSH THE CAT FREQUENTLY
Do you have a long-haired cat? It must be brushed often to air the skin and remove the lumps of hair which, if ingested by the cat in large quantities, can be harmful.
BALANCED POWER SUPPLY
Proper nutrition in the cat also prevents hair loss. Avoid giving the cat only dry food to ensure good hydration for the cat. Important nutrients are the omega 3 fatty acids present above all in fish: they make the hair bright and healthy.
COHABITATION BETWEEN CATS
Cohabitation between cats is not always easy and could be a great source of stress or even worse, quarrels between cats for the claim of the territory. Make sure that each cat has its own bowl and litter box.