Health

October 2004 Issue

When a Cat’s Eating Behavior Gets Weird

Some quirky feeding habits are inconsequential. Others may signal serious health problems.

Does your cat nervously scratch the floor around its food bowl before or after dinner? Does it like to lick the legs of your kitchen table? Does she occasionally rip up a ball of yarn...or cart a dead mouse into your living room... or suddenly turn up her nose at the food you’ve been putting in front of her for years? …

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