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I have an 8-year-old feral cat that I rescued. He’s extremely sensitive and nervous, but he’s OK around me. He’s 99% indoor, but I do let him outside maybe once a week. In the last four months, he’s been grooming more than normal and scratching. He has dandruff, but no redness, bumps or discoloration on his skin. The last few months, his hair has thinned along his back sides, and his hind quarters are almost bare in some spots.
QUESTION I have a long hair cat and usually his tail is real full and fluffy but, lately it looks thinner and raggety. Could something be wrong or …
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Hair loss in dogs and cats can appear as areas without hair (bald patches or alopecia) or areas with thinning hair. There may also be changes in the skin with increased pigmentation, redness, swelling, crusting, flaking, or moist oozing and discharge. There may be an unpleasant odor. If hair loss is caused by malfunction of adrenals, liver, kidneys, ovaries, testicles, or thyroid, pets may also have these signs:There are a number of parasites that will cause lesions and itchiness so the cat will scratch or lick himself causing hair thinning, bald patches and even injuries. Fleas, lice or mites can cause itchiness and fur loss. Cat may be allergic to flea or lice bites and this may also cause hair loss. Cat alopecia is a condition that causes excessive hair loss, coat thinning or even bald patches. Cats lose hair during the shedding season and this is a natural process, but when the cat is losing fur outside this season, this should be a warning signal. Cat alopecia may be caused by different diseases, some of which may be serious. Very often, the hair loss is self inflicted, as the cat grooms excessively. However, this behavior is triggered by parasites or other conditions that should be diagnosed. Cushing's disease is a serious condition that sometimes affects middle-aged and elderly female cats and sometimes male cats. It is a tumor on the adrenal gland and can cause thinning hair and bald spots. There is a long list of for this disease as well as cat hair loss.