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2200 Symptoms Split Personalities This is just a notion of mine that helps me understand
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome.

When not during episodes, Nekko is just an ordinary cat,
playful, healthy, eats, drinks, goes to the bathroom and
sleeps just like any other cat would.

Nowadays, this is most of the time.
During previous much worse periods,
this was still some five hours in the day, even in bad days.

During episodes she gradually becomes a completely different cat.
Not nearly as alert to real surroundings in a coherent way,
at the same time over-alert and jittery with every minor
irritation or distraction.

From a totally different perspective, the split personality
notion takes a different tone when an episode becomes

Nekko is literally attacking herself as if specific certain
parts of her body are viewed as the pain causing enemy.
2510 Symptoms Worrying Obsessively This has been reported as typical
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome
behavior, but with high variance, unlike most typical
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome symptoms.

With Nekko it seems very extreme.

She was only worried in this way about
myself and Tally, throughout her entire
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome history.

It happens, if at all, as the first first identifiable sign
of an upcoming episode.
It start with extreme gentleness, too obvious to miss,
and as such is a dead giveaway sign for an upcoming
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome episode.

"Watching over me" usually occurs when I am stationary
for long periods,
which happens only when working on the computer,
or when I am asleep.
In each case, if she did start "watching over",
it will likely develop into a
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome episode,
the next step being still semi gentle.

If on the computer, she would first sit on the table nearby,
staring at me for long minutes, then she would jump at my lap,
and restlessly continue to find the right position to sit
never really stopping this minor body language motion,
often biting my typing hands with increasing force and
obsession, until I chase her away.
This being the case, she would now be angry also with
me, and shortly express it by attacking her tail in screams.

When asleep, she would sit silently very close to my
head, staring at it for several long minutes.
Then she would start chewing on the hair,
like cats do to grass.
Then she would take a very gentle bite at the head.
(She has also gotten this far with several
receptive guests, while I was not watching).

I am by then wide, awake, alert, and trying my best
to pretend that none of the above is true.
She know it of course, but lets her obsession prevail.
The bites would increase in strength and frequency
until such time that I decide that my head has suffered
enough for the sake of studying
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome.

On the Internet this is referred to as "attacking heads".
It is important to note that with my experience with Nekko,
this is a much earlier stage of an episode,
it is an obsession, and not an attack by any means,
and is not at a stage where she is violent at all.
The head bites will become gradually intolerable
long before she becomes aggressive,
thereby providing an automatic safety mechanism
that can be relied upon even during sleep.
2520 Symptoms Biting Heads There used to be her favored seat,
where if a guest would sit there they would
almost automatically become a target
for head biting, given enough time.

Except for Tally, who live in the house
and she was frinds with and comfortable,
and would also be subject to head biting on the sofa.
Then there was me, who would simply not allow it
as the Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome episode
stage is so immature, that ordinary
owner-cat communication can take place
with her cooperation.

At first there is the watchful intent.
Then she starts chewing at the hair,
with mild I-wanna-throw-up-like obsession,
like cats do when they chew on grass.
Next, a small nibble at the head,
as if testing the grounds.
The a gradual and slow increase in the strength
and frequency of the biting.
If I were fast asleep, I would be awake by then,
letting my wake up laziness yield to her
until it feels un-educational to let her continue.

With other guests, they would have to be yielding to get
to this point, and I would have to be away or distracted
to let things go this far.

At this point I will surely chase her off,
which is easy to do at this stage.

When chased off, most often she would run wild,
as if I am very scary, and might disappear in the other
room in a split second, thereby marking the next stage
in the episode.
If I follow quickly to close the door and leave her
in near silent darkness, I might prevent the episode
and she would relax there.
More often than not, a full blown
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome
episode will follow in 15 to 30 minutes.
2600 Symptoms Youth Hostility At the time of her youth she expressed hostility towards
most house guests, but not all,
and specifically consistent in her choices.
She is only hostile to "marked" targets.
I was never a target. three of the four frequent guests are.
All other guests are not, except for one visit by a "cat woman".
(the statistical choices seem to have gradually reversed
goals in the course of developing
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome
except that I myself remained safe throughout).
In simpler terms, it looks as if before
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome,
she would attack guest she feels uncomfortable with,
where as after onset of Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome,
but not during episodes, she is far away from those
she is uncomfortable with, but response is agitated
and sudden attacks will occur uncontrollably,
specifically because she originally felt safe enough
to allow some degree of closeness.