Our expert says:
There are a multitude of feline conditions that have a similar clinical presentation as to what you have described.
I would advise that you visit your local vet to have some diagnostics conducted. The diagnostics that they may carry out may include a skin scrape, skin biopsy, X-ray, Feline viral testing, allergy testing etc. Possible causes include Fungal/Bacterial/Parasitic infection, Atopy, Food hypersensitivity, Psychogenic alopecia, Feline Paraneoplastic syndrome, Hepatocutaneous Syndrome, Contact Dermatitis etc.
I hope that you can resolve this problem as it can be very traumatic for your cat.
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