ThunderThighs wrote:His back legs mostly. He's been an in/outdoor cat all his life so I don't think it was allergies. It's possible he had fleas about 6 weeks ago but I got him bathed and put that flea goop on his shoulders.
Never rule out allergies, animals are just as susceptible to them as we are. If they eat a food long enough, eventually they develop which is why so many high end foods are created and meant for rotational diets.
Animals seem especially prone to become allergic to chicken, which is the main meat the food industry uses because it is the easiest to digest, and has a lot of nutrition.
Well usually feet and around the tail means fleas >.<
Also.. I should probably say that I have the habit of over-explaining things.. can't help it.