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I am sorry to hear about this concern.
Extremely difficult to assess whether there is a concern or not. The primary worry is that this is a distinct change for Little Kitty. It can frequently be an indicator of underlying pain or even problems like a urinary tract infection.
Some cats will do this when going in to heat as well.
so, tough to say if a concern or not. I do feel if the problem persists or you observe ANY other evidence of illness, I would get into a vet.
That could include:
- vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, changes in urination habits, open mouth breathing to also suggest distress/anxiety/pain.
Click on the below link and enter your zip code to the right. If you find a local Veterinary Centers of America hospital, their website will have a link to a free examination voucher. VCA hospital locator
(Disclosure: I work for a VCA hospital)I always appreciate hearing about any experiences if you find a local VCA hospital to assist you
Hope that info helps
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