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410 Video Comments Sprint Running wild all around the apartment is a certain sign
of a developing Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome episode,
and is somewhat common. It is easy to detect.
Being totally out of control, this is when she would most
bump into objects, sometimes with extreme speed,
as if unaware that objects like walls windows or my body or
head are in her running or flying path.
It is very hard to catch on tape, mostly because it only
happens one to three times at the very beginning
of the episode.
It only takes her a few seconds in the bedroom
to come out of there as if all is normal,
only the erect tail giving away that she is in the midst
of a developing episode, that had just flipped stages
to the next level.

Despite what it would seem,
The running around stage, which seems much more
aggressive, is always an earlier stage than erect tale.
During the running stage she would never attack herself.
Only later, when she is stationary, past the erect tail stage
or in transition, will she attack her tail.

As long as she is moving around, running amuck,
or walking as if proud and in control, she would not
attack herself.
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420 Video Comments aka Rolling Skin Synodrome Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome is also known as
Rolling Skin Syndrome.

Rolling skin is the hardest to catch on tape.
It diminishes on quality the further the episode comes closer
to the aggressive stages.

This one is a medium quality roll,
not quite the exact wave that would roll from
mid torso towards the hind, never to return forward.

It is an early and very sure sign,
even if it were not for the moan,
which is a dead giveaway.
In an earlier stage of the episode, I am likely
to completely miss it, but if I do see it,
I would immediately give her a low dose of Valium,
count on the episode to have otherwise occurred,
knowing its a sufficiently early stage that a low dose
might suffice.
More often then not, I will have missed many other signs
by then, and give her more Valium 15 minutes or more later,
once I know it was not enough to calm her down the first time.
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430 Video Comments switching The switch from anger to calmness is - somtimes(!) -
just as quick, sudden and surprising,
as the switch from calmness to anger.
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440 Video Comments All of the Above Anger, vocal hissing, air looping, tail jumping,
switching turn sides, as if it would help,
always missing the tail anyway, all seem to indicate she
has no clue this pain causing agitating tail is actually hers.
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