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Over-Grooming In An Abyssinian Cat

Follow the story of a young Abyssinian female that developed a problem with compulsive over-grooming as she was coming into her first heat period.


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Legend states that the Abyssinian is descended from ancient Egyptian cats. This is likely due to their long necks, big ears, and almond eyes, which make them resemble paintings and sculptures of the revered animals in Egyptian art.

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