Some cats lick themselves or the air when they get pets and scratches from people. Let's explore why this happens. If you are gently scratching an area of your cat's body that she can't reach herself, it might be dirty or itchy because it's escaped her careful grooming efforts. This happens commonly on the rear end and tail-head areas of cats that are overweight. When you touch that area, it can trigger an automatic desire for your cat to groom the spot, but since she can't reach it, she licks at the air or a part of her body that she can reach instead. If your cat has fleas, mites, or allergies that cause itchy skin, your petting might be scratching an itch or causing an uncomfortable feeling for her.
Why Cats Groom Themselves So Often
Why Do Cats Groom and Lick Themselves So Often?
Quite a few pet owners choose cats over dogs because "cats are so clean. As a result, cats are typically very clean animals, though in some cases grooming can become a form of obsession. Later, when the kitten begins nursing, she will give the kitten's anus a "tongue massage" to help stimulate a bowel movement. Kittens, emulating their mothers, start self-grooming by the time they're a few weeks old.
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Do Cats Get Really Clean by Licking Themselves?
Discussion in ' Cat Behavior ' started by traveler5 , Feb 4, Why do cats constantly lick themselves? Feb 4, 1.
See files for Cats. Cats can lick for hours. When you have that much fur, being clean takes dedication. Removing dirt accumulated over the day or detangling knots from their fur, cats use their specially adapted tongues to maintain proper hygiene. However, sometimes this cleaning ritual doesn't stop with their own bodies.