Dear Dr Salkin - thank you for your advice. The whinning and licking started a few weeks ago.Percy is a well loved, looked after pussy cat, I work from home, so am with him all day. I am now wondering what the anxiety would be. We did lose our other Ragdoll to a tumour, who was his best friend, but that was three years ago, just when Percy was diagnosed with his kidney complaint.
Pixie was l0 when she died, would have been 13 now, like Percy, and although I have never got over losing her, perhaps Percy hasn't either,may be that could be the anxiety,??
I do not know what other anxiety, because Percy is well loved and spoilt.
When I take him to the Small Animal Hospital they love him there, he is so beautiful, an they are mostly Italian vets there and apparently they don't have Ragdolls in Italy, so that all make a big fuss of him.
Well perhaps he will forget about licking my paperwork, but he does seem addicted, he cant get into my office or on my desk quick enough, I have to cover all papers.
So hopefully the licking and whinning is not medical, we shall have to
see how he gets along.
I would thank you for all your help, it has been nice talking to you.
Carol Coleman and Percy Coleman