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My take on feline hyperesthesia syndrome is that it's not triggered by just one thing; rather, it's a combination of mind, body and environmental components.
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Some cats are overly sensitive to tactile stimuli. Feline hyperesthesia is often associated with this.
Maurillo: What is feline hyperesthesia syndrome, and how is it treated?
Feline hyperesthesia syndrome is an abnormal increased sensitivity of the dermatitis (skin) in cats, often referred to as neuritis, atypical neurodermatitis, rippling skin syndrome, rolling skin syndrome and twitchy cat disease.

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