Our expert says:
It sounds like a flea-bite allergy, and you do not always see fleas on a cat with flea-bite allergy.
It would be good to take her to the vet for a proper diagnosis and some immediate treatment. If it is a flea-bite allergy, then cleaning her bedding and increasing her flea treatments will help in the long-term.
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