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Has anyone got any experience of this? When I look it up it mentions sticky/ brown substance near tail/ back but Orion doesn't have anything on him but when grooming is biting a few hairs out near the base of his tail, you can see the area where he has been overgrooming on his back.

Any recommendations to help him through this/ anything to combat it?
 

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My cat Buddy had stud tail before he was neutered, it affected a small part of his tail near the base, it was greasy looking, the fur would clump together and smelled not too good, he really hated having his tail touched as well.

Basically what I did was trim the greasy fur away down to the skin with clippers, washed the area with baby shampoo and then let the fur grow back, it cured his problem and he has never had it again, oh and he doesn't mind his tail touched now. :)
 
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