She eats 4 times a day with 3 pouches of felix, in the morning i wake up and give her a tablet within her treat. If i go and have a shower to make sure she is hungry i will come back to a floor covered in hair. its like a punishment for not giving her food straight away. Today i came back from a day out and she was acting really weird making funny faces as if she had eaten a lemon (obviously hadnt). I then gave her a cuddle etc and then sat there pulling her hair out. I really need to know how to treat this behaviour. I know its not medical because she has had blood tests galore. Its really unsettling for all parties. I keep reading to stop her from doing it but dont do anything as its like a well done for doing bad behaviour. I have absolutely no idea what to do!!!!
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