Cat lick balls
In my book, It's a Dog's Life but It's Your Carpet, I explain the ever-evasive question: “Why do dogs lick their balls? Some other more benign causes for excessive licking “down there” include irritation to your cat's penis tip, a bladder or urethral (the tube from the bladder to the tip of the penis) stone, or even having a.
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This is a theory that stretches back as far as the ancient Egyptians. There are two parts to this theory. The mythological part, and the scientific part. We all know of the cat scratch disease. Due to the frequency of cats scratching people, that disease is well known. However this one, is well hidden. Usually when a family. It's a grooming and personal hygiene thing. As the genital area is a place in the body where infection is common, it's in their best interest to keep that area as clean as possible.
I'm also not sure if they actually lick this area more than an others or whether they're doing it is of particular interest to humans so we take notice.
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Description:Tweet Many people with cats are familiar with the issue of hairballs. The squishy feeling when you accidentally step on one in the middle of the night or the upsetting sounds that your kitty makes as she brings one up are both well-known and dreaded aspects of cat-ownership. The scientific name for a hairball is trichobezoar.