EB Feline Condition—Nature or Nurture?
HIYA! SAVANNAH HERE!!
I am going to raise a concerning condition, found in some cats, but not all. For myself, I believe I have had it for a very long time. It comes and goes, but nonetheless, it appears to endure. For myself, I believe it is a “Nature” condition—meaning inherited from either side of my family. My readers must ask themselves, should they find the courage to speak about EB, whether or not is it “Nature” versus “Nurture” for themselves.
There is a clear sign, for me, when this condition is coming on. Some believe that I am in pain, and begging the human to leave me alone.
And even with my bonded human, Mom L, I appear to have the same look before my EB kicks in—*hides face in paws*
And then EB kicks in, and I cannot control it—please, please tell me in comments if any of you cats, or even woofies for that matter, seem to have this same/similar EB Condition. It is embarrassing to speak about, but we must come out into the open and share how we manage this condition.
Feline Veterinary medicine has yet to determine if this is based on our “Nature” or on how we are “Nurtured”. What say you all my pal???
Here I am, after the first suggestion above that my EB Condition is going to kick in—
And most recently with Mom L, I once again caved into this EB Condition—
I first mentioned this most concerning feline condition last year. I would so treasure learning from any and all my feline readers if you suffer from this ailment which no cat will ever speak of. Now I confess—Elevator Butt is the unspeakable condition. I do believe that cats are the most prone for this ailment, but perhaps my woofie pals will chime in with additional information.