The cat's quizzer book

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The cat's quizzer book of facts

It may be that a few of your cat's whiskers have been growing at an alarming rate lately. It's not unusual for cats to grow whiskers. However, they are more likely to grow their whiskers if their fur is growing in well.

This may be the case with your feline friend.

There are plenty of whisker-growth remedies avlable on the market and you may want to try some of them. One is called Neuticles. It's a medication that has been shown to slow down the growth of cat whiskers. It's a prescription-only medication. So if your cat needs to see a vet for this condition, you will need to speak to your vet about a Neuticles prescription.

You may also be wondering why cats have whiskers at all. Whiskers are a bit of an oddity for cats because cats have whiskers in all the same places that we have fingernls, even on their palms. This may be why you have noticed that your cat is suddenly developing more and more whiskers.

You can also get the same results by simply plucking or cutting them off. This can be achieved by pinching your cat's whiskers with your fingers, or if you are brave enough, by pulling them.

Another possible reason why your cat is growing more and more whiskers is that they may be growing fur faster than normal. Sometimes this can happen to cats in particular if they are shedding at an unusual rate.

Other than whisker growth, you may also want to keep an eye on your cat's ears and tongue. An overgrown tongue can cause problems with your cat's sense of smell, as well as having a negative impact on their ears.

Your cat's ears are also the most important sense organ for their sense of hearing. So if your cat's ears are feeling full, or you are noticing more of your cat's fur in their ears, then this may be a sign that your cat's ears are feeling a bit sore.

There are some products on the market that are sd to help reduce the rate at which your cat's ears dry out. So if you are noticing more of your cat's fur in their ears, then this may be a sign that you should be checking for signs of an ear infection.

It is also possible that you cat's fur could be matting up in their ears as well. This can be a sign of ear mites.

If you are wondering why your cat is growing fur faster than normal, you may be wondering whether your cat has been taking too many vitamins and supplements. This is the perfect time to speak to your vet about this possibility.

There are also some conditions which can cause your cat's ears to feel like they are growing fur in unusual places, like on their tongues and other body parts. It may be that your cat is growing fur at an unusually fast rate because of an underlying condition.

So the next time you notice your cat's ears, tongues or whiskers are growing fur in places that they are not supposed to, then you should check to see if they have any underlying issues that you should be aware of.

You can read some more about whiskers at

Comments for Cat's quizzer book of facts

I have had my cat for 15 years.

He is very healthy but since I adopted him from a shelter, he has always had a slightly dry nose. It has always been slightly puffy but has never been red.

He always has a lot of fur in his ears, and he has always had a very long, thick tl. I have had him checked out by our vet and he has never been treated.

He eats well, but I also give him treats and his coat is quite short and not particularly dense. The only time his nose has ever been red was when he got into a fight with another cat, and this lasted two days.

I have no other health concerns with him and his ears are not particularly dry and he has no ear infections. I have noticed that his tl is growing a lot longer than it used to be and he has also got thicker fur on his tl.

What could be causing this? Thanks for the help

by: Tammie

Aug 24, 2011

I have a female Siamese cat called Molly.

She is nine years old now.

Molly has a very dry nose, always.

Molly also has a very dry ear and has a red, puffy face.

Molly also has thick, long whiskers.

I always keep a lot of hr on Molly.

Also, her tl seems to be growing thick.

And her tl seems to have become longer.

She has had her shots every year since she was 8 months old.

She does not like to have her feet picked.

But if she can not get away she has to have them.

She has not shown any signs of allergies.

But what could be causing these symptoms?

Any suggestions?

by: mrs c

Jul 07, 2013

i have a cat named darwin

darwin is 9 months old

darwin's nose and eyes are very dry and irritated

darwin's ears are also very dry and irritated

darwin has very thick and long whiskers

darwin also has very long, thick, strght, fur-like hr on his tl

what could be causing this condition?

by: A.

Oct 16, 2012

I have a 7-month old Siamese. His ears are very dry and they bleed when he licks them. They also itch. They do not smell. They look like this: (

Is there anything else I can do about it?

by: Tammie

Nov 16

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