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470 Video Comments Groom, Eat, Attack on 5mg Strangely, chewing on bodily organs is a relatively early stage.
It resembles grooming in body language.
Here is a mixture of both, as well as an attack on the tail.
The fore legs are never chewed upon, only groomed.
It is typical that when not during a
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome episode, grooming the
forelegs occurs at the bottom of the paws, whereas during
a Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome episode,
the forelegs are groomed at the back of the paw.
The hind legs are groomed at the upper parts,
while chewed upon at the paws, sometimes stretching
the fingers apart in a way otherwise not normally seen.
The tail is attacked very forcefully and might be bitten
but is most often missed altogether.
The base of the tail is more subject to chewing.
In later stages, the tail will also be chewed upon.
This is a later stage that I did not allow to occur,
even during the video taping period of two weeks
'without' Valium.
Without meaning, she would get Valium only in one of
several conditions:
1. A video was shot with much aggression,
and she well deserves some relaxation.
2. The episode level increased sufficiently to the point
I am not sure I will be able to approach her soon enough.
3. The episode level increased sufficiently that I think
her pain is too much to bear or she night hurt herself too much.

As far as I know, no other body parts are ever attacked.
However, since Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome
automatically cause hypersensitivity
to fleas and other skin irritation, many
Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome cats are reported
to have been grooming and/or chewing on skin all over the body.
I believe this is not a direct Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome
symptom.
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