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This looks like a mat and one that should be fairly easy to shave out of the haircoat if she will permit this to happen. Sometimes under these areas are abscesses or hot spots, so it may not be a bad idea to have a clinic perform this service. Sometimes they will clip matts out for a nominal charge without an exam, so its worth calling around to see if this is something they do if you're unable to remove it yourself. Some cats are also tolerant enough to have them pulled from their coat.If there are any areas of red, ulcerative appearance she's going to need to have it professionally addressed anyhow with antibiotics and probably having the area clipped and cleaned.If you need any further help during this process, just let me know.
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