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Why Cats Chew on Plastic + Expert Explains How To Stop This Pesky Behavior

Published Jan 2, 2024

Certified cat behaviorist Stephen Quandt from New York City explains that pica in cats may stem from various medical issues such as nutritional deficiencies, anemia, neurological and gastrointestinal diseases, as well as hyperthyroidism and other endocrine disorders. Research published in the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery in 2016 suggests that cats with restricted food access are more prone to developing pica compared to those with unrestricted access (ad libitum feeding).

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