"If at first you don’t succeed try, try and try again."

As someone who has lived with multiple cats for her entire life, I can confidently say I've seen pretty much everything when it comes to kitty health. And while I've dealt with worms after adopting strays and helped a senior cat battle liver disease, few things have scared me more than watching my 10-year-old kitty, Big Momma, chew off her fur.

Initially frightened by this development, I immediately took her to the vet. After she got treated for having crystals in her urine, switched to a new food, and was prescribed steroids, we thought the problem was officially dealt with. Unfortunately, just a few months later, the chewing continued. Now officially bald on half her body, I reached out to another vet to get to the bottom of Big Momma's recurring issue.

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