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It's important that his eyes be checked for conjunctivitis - viral, bacterial, or allergic - as well as lid and eyelash abnormalities as the primary cause of his excoriating his periocular areas which is resulting in the alopecia you're seeing. If his eyes can't be incriminated, both feline atopy (allergies to environmental allergens such as pollens, molds, dust, and dust mites, etc.) and a food intolerance needs to be important differential diagnoses. You'll need his vet's care for this examination and how best to address your Scottish fold. For now, keep his eyes as clean as possible by removing any discharge in or around his eyes using saline or artificial tears.
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