Cats groom themselves – we all know that’s normal behavior.  Behaviorists call this behavior auto-grooming, as compared to allo-grooming which refers to cats grooming other cats (or any other animal).

But sometimes normal behavior can go wrong and cats will groom, or lick or bite themselves to the point of injury.  If this is a problem for your cat, you need to take your feline friend to your veterinarian.  There can be medical reasons for this behavior.  But, even healthy cats can over-groom, for behavioral, not medical reasons.

We’ll talk about these in this audio tip.  So turn up your speakers and listen now!.