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Fuzzy Blueberry?

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My blueberry is getting pretty fuzzy..Is it the babies? Maybe what she is eating? When I first got her she only had hair on her nose and ears. Any ideas? I'm hoping it's the fact the she was prego and it will fall out later?
 

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It can be the hormones from being preg.
I ahve seen it in sphynx that had kittens or she might end up being fuzzy.
 
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I've seen this happen a lot with pregnant and nursing Sphynx. It's most likely hormonal. My friend's queen gets hairy legs when she has babies, like she's wearing Uggs. :LOL:
 
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It must be hormones, I started about 2-3 weeks before she had the babies. She was smooth as a babies bum up tell then. I was just unsure if prego hormones could make them fuzzy. Pretty soon I'm going to have to buy a brush..lol..(no she's not that bad)

EDIT:: LOL her legs are the worst.. Now her sides are getting fuzzy..
 
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I am not sure about cats but I know human women can grown excess hair when PG and it usually falls out later :Surprise::LOL:
 

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Yes the same thing happens to Athena, when she is in heat she gets a bit of fuzz and then when she has babies and is nursing she gets more, but when we pet her it just falls out. After she is done nursing it all falls out and she is back to normal.
 

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Why is it the female of any species has to deal with hormones?? Oh sometimes to be a man and not worry about hairy legs!:LOL:

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