Hair and fur error

hair and fur error

If memory serves me correctly, hair and fur are calculated after the main render has finished or has been canceled. Hair and fur can be very. medications or medical conditions. Treatment may reverse or slow hair loss. Advertising revenue supports our not-for-profit mission. I'm finishing my character and hair is little bit weird. I've attached image to illustrate my problem. There are obviously visible buckets in hair. hair and fur error

Hair and fur error - sorry

Sims 4 Studio — Studio update: Werewolves Gamepack & hair/slider...

Studio update: Werewolves Gamepack & hair/slider batch fixes

Hi All, the Werewolves patch caused custom content hair that was compatible with the color sliders to look bad in the game. This version of Studio (for Windows and Mac) has:

1. a batch fix that will repair these packages so the hair will look right and still be compatible with the color sliders. 

2. a batch fix that will change hairs that aren’t compatible with the color sliders so they are. 

3. a batch fix that will fix face and body slider mods so they work in patched games.

The #2 batch fix can be used on packages that were converted back to color slider incompatible hairs using another application. PLEASE NOTE: these batch fixes are in beta, meaning we tested them on a limited number of packages. Due to the wide variety of Sims 4 custom content, we cannot ensure they are perfect yet. However, every time you run a Studio batch fix, Studio makes a copy of the pre-batch fixed packages it fixes. So, if you experience unexpected/unwanted results, it is easy to replace the unwanted “fixed” packages with the original you had in your mods folder before you ran the batch fix.

The download pages for the respective Studio versions include a more detailed explanation with illustrations that will explain the batch fixes and how to use them.

Creators reported that converting RLE2 hairs to LRLE hairs was causing a problem with the shadow images that had to be fixed manually. Studio now recognizes the shadow image and doesn’t convert it to an LRLE, so this manual repair will no longer be necessary.

The Mac and Windows versions are also updated for the Werewolves Gamepack and the Moonlight Chic, Little Campers, Decor to the Max kits. There are other fixes and additions that are detailed in the Changelog for each version.

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Studio updates with batch fix for CC beds

Hi all, the High School Years expansion added pillow fights on beds. Studio’s (Windows and Mac) batch fix updates CC beds so your Sims can pillow fight on them.

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The batch fix has been tested on double beds, single beds, double mattresses on separated frames, and single mattresses on separated frames. If you encounter a bed or separated mattress that isn’t fixed by this batch fix, please report this so the batch fixer can be updated to work on all CC items.

Choose your version to download HERE.

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Studio updates with batch fix for Error 532

Hi all, recently players have encountered Error 532 after installing newly created CAS custom content items into their game. This batch fix will update these items so they will no longer cause this error.

The error occurs when EA’s new “Fashion” tags are present in a CAS CC item. The batch fix removes all such tags from CC packages. The process will cause CAS CC items cloned from EA originals with Fashion tags to be like CAS CC items cloned from EA originals that did not have Fashion tags.

Studio has also been updated to automatically remove these tags when an EA item that has these tags is cloned.

If, in the future, the problem resulting in Fashion tags on CC items leading to game errors is solved, Studio will update the way it deals with these tags so players and creators can use them in CAS CC packages.

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Studio updates for High School Years

Hi all, both versions of Studio are updated for High School Years & the associated patch. Additionally, both versions have been optimized to better handle files with large LRLE images; this improvement should eliminate the Out Of Memory error that was occurring when working with certain CAS packages.

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Studio updates with more Werewolf batch fixes

Hi all, both versions of Studio (Mac and Windows) now have batch fixes for shoes that inappropriately show up on werewolves and for skin tones and details that were affected by the werewolf patch. Additionally, the batch fix for sliders has been updated and, hopefully, will fix all sliders now. 

The Update LRLE Images (Werewolf Patch) also should work properly on all alpha hairs. This batch fix replaces the one that previously only worked on hair. It now works on hair, skin tones, and skin details.

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Please note, the batch fix for skin tones and details is updating files that typically include very large images. If you have many files of that kind, the batch fix could take awhile to finish.

If you run a batch fix and encounter unexpected results or files that should be fixed but aren’t, please report this and include a link to where the affected package can be obtained. It is very difficult to fix a problem without examining at least one file that displays the problem. There is a thread HERE for reporting batch fix issues.

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Hot fix for Mac version of Studio

Hi all, the recent Mac version of Studio had a bug that made it incompatible with Mac OS versions older than Monterey v 12. This problem is now fixed. If you’re running any Mac OS other than the latest, please update your Studio.

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A couple people have mentioned they have a custom slider or alpha hair that didn’t respond to the batch fix as expected. If you have a .package that didn’t get fixed by the batch fix when it should have, it would be very helpful if you could send a link to it either here or in THIS THREAD at our forum. These examples could help improve the batch fix, and we’d appreciate it if you have the time to send them!

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Hi all, several creators reported a problem with object shadows showing improperly in the game after the last Studio update. This error has now been fixed, so object shadow meshes will import into Studio without shadow-breaking issues. 

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The biggest change included in the 11.0.2 update is a fix for hair and fur issues on PC. Due to this bug, fur and hair wouldn't be displayed with FXAA or NVIDIA DLSS enabled. Other bugs have also been fixed:

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  • Fixed an issue causing players to obtain Anomaly Investigations as "unauthorized quests" if they join another player's Anomaly Investigation for a monster they haven't unlocked yet.
  • Fixed an error that occasionally occurred when harvesting during an Anomaly Investigation.
  • Fixed an issue preventing Anomaly Investigations joined by multiple players in the same lobby from showing up in the search results for Join Requests.
  • Detailed body hair on characters and monsters is now properly displayed when the anti-aliasing is turned off or set to "FXAA."
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  • Other miscellaneous bug fixes have been made.

The Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak 11.0.2 update also brings a number of balance adjustments and other bug fixes, which you can find detailed below:

  • Fixed an error that occasionally occurred if you register an equipment loadout containing a weapon with a Rampage Decoration, rollback the upgrade for that weapon, and then try to select that particular equipment loadout again.
  • Fixed an issue occasionally affecting the results of augmenting armor when performing specific steps while augmenting a weapon.
  • When changing the target in the search settings for Anomaly Investigations, the minimum level value will no longer be updated if the target is within the range of adjustable conditions.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is now available on PC and Nintendo Switch worldwide. You can learn more about the game by checking out my review:

With its huge number of new and returning monsters, new gameplay mechanics, and great refinements to the formula, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is the massive expansion that the latest entry in the series deserved to get. While the jump from High Rank to Master Rank doesn't feel as big as it was in previous entries in the series, Sunbreak does so many things well that most of the hunters traveling to Elgado and the Citadel will hardly be bothered by it.

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Loss of Hair in Cats

Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss in cats. This is a common problem for cats and can have a variety of possible causes. In many cases, there is more than one contributing cause, making the problem frustrating for pet parents to figure out and eliminate.

Some types of cat hair loss involve the hair falling out spontaneously, while others are caused by cats overgrooming, biting, or scratching themselves. Occasionally, alopecia is nothing to worry about, such as the small areas of hair loss many cats develop in the area between their ears and eyes. Other times, it can be a symptom of serious underlying disease.

Cat alopecia can be broken down into two types:

  • Congenital alopecia occurs most often in newborn kittens or young cats, and it does not cause them to be itchy. This is usually related to your cat’s breed or genetics.

  • Acquired alopecia occurs in cats that are born with normal hair coats and lose hair because of an underlying systemic illness or skin disease. It can occur at any age and there are many possible causes, ranging from an infection with parasites like mites, to an allergy, or a metabolic disease like hyperthyroidism. These cats may or may not be itchy, depending on the underlying cause.

Other Symptoms to Check For With Hair Loss in Cats

Cats with alopecia can have patches of hair loss in one area of the body or in multiple areas. The locations vary based on the underlying cause of hair loss. Cat alopecia may be inflammatory or non-inflammatory, meaning that the skin may appear red and irritated, or it may appear normal.

Cats with inflammatory alopecia may show a number of symptoms:

  • Be obviously itchy and seem to lick, bite, gnaw, and scratch at their skin more than normal.

  • Experience an increase in hairballs.

  • Have other skin abnormalities such as redness, bumps, scabs, sores, or crusts.

It is important to note that just because you don’t see signs of itchiness, that doesn’t mean your cat is not itchy. Often, cats hide those behaviors, only to gnaw and scratch when they are hidden from view.

If there is an underlying systemic disease affecting your cat, you may see these signs:

  • Changes in appetite

  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea

  • Changes in energy level

  • Increased thirst and urination

  • Enlarged abdomen or a pot-belly appearance

Cats with allergies may also experience additional symptoms:

Causes of Hair Loss on a Cat

There are multiple causes of congenital alopecia. 

  • Alopecia universalis is a condition in which the cat is born without hair. While hairlessness is a feature of some breeds (e.g., Sphinx, Elf, Delf cats), there is a genetic mutation that makes this type of alopecia possible in any cat breed.

  • Hereditary hypotrichosis is when a cat is born with a thin coat of hair, then loses it over time. This is more commonly seen in Siamese, Devon Rex, Birman, and Burmese cats.

  • Follicular dysplasia takes place when cats are born with a full coat of hair that thins over time. Cornish Rex breeds are predisposed to this.

There are many potential causes of acquired alopecia in cats, and the problem may be the result of one or more of the following:

  • Infection caused by bacteria (most commonly Staphylococcus), yeast (usually Malassezia), ringworm, or parasites (e.g., Demodex, Cheyletiella, Notoedres, or Otodectes mites).

  • Allergies to fleas, food, or environmental allergens.

  • Discomfort caused by another disease, such as inflammation in the bladder, kidneys, gastrointestinal system, or anal sacs.

  • Endocrine disease like hyperthyroidism (common) or Cushing’s disease (rare in cats).

  • Recent metabolic stress, such as pregnancy, nursing, or fever.

  • Cancers, including cutaneous lymphoma, thymoma, pancreatic carcinoma, and bile duct carcinoma.

  • An immune-mediated disease, like alopecia areata (extremely rare).

  • Psychogenic alopecia, a behavioral issue in which the cat overgrooms due to compulsion and anxiety. 

How Veterinarians Diagnose Cat Hair Loss

It is important to take appropriate steps to identify the underlying cause of your cat’s alopecia. The first step in diagnosis is a detailed history. Details like the age of your cat and whether it’s on prescription flea prevention, seems itchy, experiences seasonal skin issues, or has had any recent stressors helps your vet determine the proper plan of treatment.  

The next step is a physical exam performed by your veterinarian. The location of the cat’s alopecia is often a clue for what the underlying cause may be. For example, the base of the tail and lower back is often affected in cats with flea issues. Anal gland issues can cause irritation around the anus below the tail, and a cat with psychogenic alopecia will not have hair loss on its neck or face.

Your veterinarian will likely perform one or more diagnostic tests:

  • Fungal culture: A veterinarian may perform a ringworm culture in-house or send a sample to an outside laboratory. It can take several days to get these results.

  • Cytology: A skin impression or tape sample is viewed under a microscope to determine bacteria or yeast.

  • Skin scraping: A scrape can be used to look for parasites, such as mites.

  • Skin biopsy: If the appearance of the cat’s skin is unusual or other tests do not provide a diagnosis, a veterinarian may perform a punch biopsy—or surgically remove—a small area of skin for a pathologist to view.

  • Bloodwork and urinalysis: These tests may be recommended to evaluate for an endocrine disorder (such as hyperthyroidism) or other underlying systemic diseases.

  • Allergy testing: Your veterinarian may recommend an elimination diet trial using prescription food for 8 to 12 weeks to test for a food allergy. The vet may also recommend intradermal allergen testing if other causes of alopecia have been ruled out and the vet thinks your cat could have an environmental allergy.

  • Imaging: An ultrasound and/or X-rays may be used to look for signs of cancer.

Psychogenic alopecia is a diagnosis of exclusion, meaning that it can only be definitively diagnosed after other causes have been ruled out. It is more likely if there have been changes to the cat’s environment, like new pets, visiting family members, moving, or other stressors.

Treatment of Hair Loss in Cats

Treatment will depend on the underlying cause of your pet’s hair loss. Use of an Elizabethan collar (e-collar) may be recommended if your pet is licking or biting the skin. The collar helps prevent infection and allows the hair to regrow.

Possible treatments may include:

  • Parasiticide treatment (e.g., Revolution, Bravecto, Credelio), which may be prescribed for eight weeks for all pets in the house. This is recommended even if no parasites are found on exam, as cats are excellent groomers and may effectively remove most of the parasites from their hair coat before you see them.

  • Topical therapy which may include medicated shampoo, mousse, or ointment.

  • Systemic antibiotics and/or antifungals.

  • Elimination diet trial for 8 to 12 weeks with a prescription allergy diet or a limited-ingredient diet.

  • Medications such as prednisolone, cyclosporine, and/or antihistamines to reduce itch.

  • Behavior-modifying medication (such as fluoxetine) and environmental enrichment, including improved access to resources (food, water, litter box), playtime, and interactive toys.

Recovery and Management of Cat Alopecia

Recovery time for cats with alopecia depends on the underlying cause, and it may take weeks to several months. If the underlying cause is identified and appropriate treatment is pursued, your cat’s hair will likely grow back.

Many diagnoses will require long-term management such as year-round flea prevention, prescription cat food, regular use of topical therapies, and/or consistent use of medication. It is important to work closely with your veterinarian and follow instructions for follow-up visits to achieve the best possible outcome.

Cat Alopecia FAQs

Can alopecia in cats be cured?

Most cases of alopecia can be cured if appropriate steps are taken to diagnose and treat the underlying cause.

Do cat bald spots grow back?

Bald spots on cats typically grow back after the underlying cause is addressed. For shorthaired cats, hair may grow back in a matter of weeks, but it may take several months for other cats.

How do I know if my cat has alopecia?

Your cat has alopecia if you notice areas of hair that are thinner than the rest of the haircoat. This is different from shedding, a normal process that does not cause visible areas of hair thinning or baldness.

References

  1. Clinical Veterinary Advisor: Dogs and Cats. Elsevier; 2015.
  2. Kennis RA. Feline alopecia (Proceedings). DVM 360. Published May 1, 2011. Accessed March 24, 2022. https://www.dvm360.com/view/feline-alopecia-proceedings
  3. Moriello KA. Hair Loss in Cats. Clinician’s Brief. Published June 2009. Accessed March 24, 2022. https://www.cliniciansbrief.com/article/hair-loss-cats
  4. Pucheu-Haston C. A Clinical Approach to Alopecia in Cats. Today’s Veterinary Practice. Published February 15, 2021. Accessed March 24, 2022. https://todaysveterinarypractice.com/alopecia-diagnosis-cats/

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I'm very new to blender and have been experimenting with the particle system for fur. I have this cat model and I've been trying to add fur to it, however for some reason there are some interpolated children that show up inside the mesh and I've had no luck figuring out why this is happening or how to prevent it. There's been similar questions posted in the past but I've not found anything recent for blender 2.9. The hair particles show inside even before any grooming.

I know the topology might not be the best, but I've tried to get it as clean as I can, I've recalculated the normals and check them with 'face orientation' everything on the outside is blue and everything inside is red. I've tried everything I can think of or find online, but for me nothing is working. I'm sure there is something I've missed that's causing this behaviour.

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When grooming, this is causing bald patches in the fur as large sections of fur are inside the mesh. This is particularly bad in the tail and legs.

2 (bald patches)

I've been able to mitigate the effect a bit by using the add brush in particle edit mode, but it's difficult to make the fur even and consistent.

Any thoughts or advice as to how to fix this would be much appreciated. I've attached the blender file here. Thanks so much!

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Hair display error in blender 3.0.1
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Hello, when I add new hair in the Particle Edit mode. Then the hair does not come from the mesh itself, but as if it weighs above it. What's the problem, maybe I'm doing something wrong?

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Broken: version: 3.0.1, branch: master, commit date: 2022-01-25 17:19, hash:
Worked: (newest version of Blender that worked as expected)

Short description of error
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Exact steps for others to reproduce the error
[Please describe the exact steps needed to reproduce the issue]
[Based on the default startup or an attached .blend file (as simple as possible)]

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Hair display error in blender 3.0.1
Needs Information from Developers, NormalPublic

Hello, when I add new hair in the Particle Edit mode. Then the hair does not come from the mesh itself, but as if it weighs above it. What's the problem, maybe I'm doing something wrong?

System Information
Operating system: Windows-10-10.0.19043-SP0 64 Bits
Graphics card: AMD Radeon R7 200 Series ATI Technologies Inc. 4.5.148202 Core Profile Context 21.3.1 27.20.15003.1004

Blender Version
Broken: version: 3.0.1, branch: master, commit date: 2022-01-25 17:19, hash:
Worked: (newest version of Blender that worked as expected)

Short description of error
[Please fill out a short description of the error here]

Exact steps for others to reproduce the error
[Please describe the exact steps needed to reproduce the issue]
[Based on the default startup or an attached .blend file (as simple as possible)]

Interpolated children hair particles showing up inside mesh [closed]

I'm very new to blender and have been experimenting with the particle system for fur. I have this cat model and I've been trying to add fur to it, however for some reason there are some interpolated children that show up inside the mesh and I've had no luck figuring out why this is happening or how to prevent it. There's been similar questions posted in the past but I've not found anything recent for blender 2.9. The hair particles show inside even before any grooming.

I know the topology might not be the best, hair and fur error, but I've tried to get it as clean as I can, I've recalculated hair and fur error normals and check them with 'face orientation' everything on the outside is blue and everything inside is red. I've tried everything I can think of or find online, but for me nothing is working. I'm sure there is something I've missed hair and fur error causing this behaviour.

1 (hair inside mesh)

When grooming, this is causing bald patches in the fur as large sections of fur are inside the mesh. This is particularly bad in the tail and legs.

2 (bald patches)

I've been able to mitigate the effect a bit by using the add brush in particle edit mode, but it's difficult to make the fur even and consistent.

Any thoughts or advice as to how to fix this would be much appreciated. I've attached the blender file here. Thanks so much!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/qnfaysrb64pjsc5/lion%20mesh%20symetrised%20fur%20V1.blend?dl=0

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Loss of Hair in Cats

Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss in cats. This is a common problem for cats and can have a variety of possible causes. In many cases, there is more than one contributing cause, making the problem frustrating for pet parents to figure out and eliminate.

Some types of cat hair loss involve the hair falling out spontaneously, while others are caused by cats overgrooming, biting, or scratching themselves. Occasionally, alopecia is nothing to worry about, such as the small areas of hair loss many hair and fur error develop in the area between their ears and eyes. Other times, it can be a symptom of serious underlying disease.

Cat alopecia can be broken down into two types:

  • Congenital alopecia occurs most often in newborn kittens or young cats, and it does not cause them to be itchy. This is usually related to your cat’s breed or genetics.

  • Acquired alopecia occurs in cats that are born with normal hair coats and lose hair because of an underlying systemic illness or skin disease. It hair and fur error occur at any age and there are many possible causes, ranging from an infection with parasites like mites, to an allergy, or a metabolic disease like hyperthyroidism. These cats may or may not be itchy, depending on the underlying cause.

Other Symptoms to Check For With Hair Loss in Cats

Cats with alopecia can have patches of hair loss in one area of the body or in multiple areas. The locations vary based on the underlying cause of hair loss. Cat alopecia may be inflammatory or non-inflammatory, hair and fur error, meaning that the skin may appear red and irritated, or it may appear normal.

Cats with inflammatory alopecia may show a number of symptoms:

  • Be obviously itchy and seem to lick, bite, gnaw, and scratch at their skin more than normal.

  • Experience an increase in hairballs.

  • Have other skin abnormalities such as redness, bumps, scabs, sores, or crusts.

It is important to note that just because you don’t see signs of itchiness, that doesn’t mean your cat is not itchy. Often, cats hide those behaviors, only to gnaw and scratch when they are hidden from mp fail, error code there is an underlying systemic disease affecting your cat, you may see these signs:

  • Changes in appetite

  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea

  • Changes in energy level

  • Increased thirst and urination

  • Enlarged abdomen or a pot-belly appearance

Cats with allergies may also experience additional symptoms:

Causes of Hair Loss on a Cat

There are multiple causes of congenital alopecia. 

  • Alopecia universalis is a condition in which the cat is born without hair. While hairlessness is a feature of some breeds (e.g., Sphinx, hair and fur error, Elf, Delf cats), there is a genetic mutation that makes this type of alopecia possible in any cat breed.

  • Hereditary hypotrichosis is when a cat is born with a thin coat of hair, then loses it over time. This is more commonly seen in Siamese, Devon Rex, Birman, and Burmese cats.

  • Follicular dysplasia takes place when cats are born with a full coat of hair that thins over time. Cornish Rex breeds are predisposed to this.

There are many potential causes of acquired alopecia in cats, and the problem may be the result of one or more of the following:

  • Infection caused by bacteria (most commonly Staphylococcus), yeast (usually Malassezia), ringworm, or parasites (e.g., hair and fur error, Demodex, Cheyletiella, Notoedres, or Otodectes mites).

  • Allergies to fleas, food, or environmental allergens.

  • Discomfort caused by another disease, such as inflammation in the bladder, kidneys, gastrointestinal system, or anal sacs.

  • Endocrine disease like hyperthyroidism (common) or Cushing’s disease (rare in cats).

  • Recent metabolic stress, such as pregnancy, nursing, or fever.

  • Cancers, including cutaneous lymphoma, thymoma, hair and fur error, pancreatic carcinoma, and bile duct carcinoma.

  • An immune-mediated disease, like alopecia areata (extremely rare).

  • Psychogenic alopecia, hair and fur error, a behavioral issue in which the cat overgrooms due to compulsion and anxiety. 

How Veterinarians Diagnose Cat Hair Loss

It is important to take appropriate steps to identify the underlying cause of your cat’s alopecia. The first step in diagnosis is a detailed history. Details like the age of your cat and whether it’s on prescription flea prevention, seems itchy, experiences seasonal skin issues, or has had any recent stressors helps your vet determine the proper plan of treatment.  

The next step is a physical exam performed by your veterinarian. The location of the cat’s alopecia is often a clue for what the underlying cause may be. For example, the base of the tail and lower back is often affected in cats with flea issues. Anal gland issues can cause irritation around the anus below the tail, and a cat with psychogenic alopecia will not have hair loss on its neck or face.

Your veterinarian will likely perform one or more diagnostic tests:

  • Fungal culture: A veterinarian may perform a ringworm culture in-house or send a sample to an outside laboratory. It can take several days to get these results.

  • Cytology: A skin impression or tape sample is viewed under a microscope to determine bacteria or yeast.

  • Skin scraping: A scrape can be used to look for parasites, such as mites.

  • Skin biopsy: If the appearance of the cat’s skin is unusual or other tests do not provide a diagnosis, a veterinarian may perform a punch biopsy—or surgically remove—a small area of skin for a pathologist to view.

  • Bloodwork and urinalysis: These tests may be recommended to evaluate for an endocrine disorder (such as hyperthyroidism) or other underlying systemic diseases.

  • Allergy testing: Your veterinarian may recommend an elimination diet trial using prescription food for 8 to 12 weeks to test for a food allergy. The vet may also recommend intradermal allergen testing if other causes of alopecia have been ruled out and the vet thinks your cat could have an environmental allergy.

  • Imaging: An ultrasound and/or X-rays may be used to look for signs of cancer.

Psychogenic alopecia is a diagnosis of exclusion, meaning that it can only be definitively diagnosed after other causes have been ruled out. It is more likely if there have been changes to the cat’s environment, like new pets, visiting family members, moving, or other stressors.

Treatment of Hair Loss in Cats

Treatment will depend on the underlying cause of your pet’s hair loss. Use of an Elizabethan collar (e-collar) may be recommended if your pet is licking or biting the skin, hair and fur error. The collar helps prevent infection and allows the hair to regrow.

Possible treatments may include:

  • Parasiticide treatment (e.g., Revolution, Bravecto, Credelio), which may be prescribed for eight weeks for all pets in the house. This is recommended even if no parasites are found on exam, as cats are excellent groomers and may effectively remove most of the parasites from their hair coat before you see them.

  • Topical therapy which may include medicated shampoo, mousse, or ointment.

  • Systemic antibiotics and/or antifungals.

  • Elimination diet trial for 8 to 12 weeks with a prescription allergy diet or a limited-ingredient diet.

  • Medications such as prednisolone, cyclosporine, and/or antihistamines to reduce itch.

  • Behavior-modifying medication (such as fluoxetine) and environmental enrichment, including improved access to resources (food, water, litter box), playtime, and interactive toys.

Recovery and Management of Cat Alopecia

Recovery time for cats with alopecia depends on the underlying cause, and it may take weeks to several months. If the underlying cause is identified and appropriate treatment is pursued, your cat’s hair will likely grow back.

Many diagnoses will require long-term management such as year-round flea prevention, prescription cat food, regular use of topical therapies, and/or consistent use of medication. It is important to work closely with your veterinarian and follow instructions for follow-up visits to achieve the best possible outcome.

Cat Alopecia Bde 13059 error alopecia in cats be cured?

Most cases of alopecia can be cured if appropriate steps are taken to diagnose and treat the underlying cause.

Do cat bald spots grow back?

Bald spots on cats typically grow back after the underlying cause is addressed, hair and fur error. For shorthaired cats, hair may grow back in a matter of weeks, but it may take several months for other cats.

How do I know if my cat has alopecia?

Your cat has alopecia if you notice areas of hair that are thinner than the rest of the haircoat. This is different from shedding, a normal process that does not cause visible areas of hair thinning or baldness.

References

  1. Clinical Veterinary Advisor: Dogs and Cats, hair and fur error. Elsevier; 2015.
  2. Kennis RA. Feline alopecia (Proceedings). DVM 360. Published May 1, 2011. Accessed March 24, 2022. https://www.dvm360.com/view/feline-alopecia-proceedings
  3. Moriello KA. Hair Loss in Cats. Clinician’s Brief. Published June 2009. Accessed March 24, 2022. https://www.cliniciansbrief.com/article/hair-loss-cats
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A new Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak update is now live on PC and Nintendo Switch, fixing some issues in both versions of the game.

The biggest change included in the 11.0.2 update is a fix for hair and fur issues on PC. Due to this bug, fur and hair wouldn't be displayed with FXAA or NVIDIA DLSS enabled. Other bugs have also been fixed:

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  • Fixed an issue causing players to obtain Anomaly Investigations as "unauthorized quests" if they join another player's Anomaly Investigation for a monster they haven't unlocked yet.
  • Fixed an error that hair and fur error occurred when harvesting during an Anomaly Investigation.
  • Fixed an delphi shfileoperation error preventing Anomaly Investigations joined by multiple players in the same lobby from showing up in the search results for Join Requests.
  • Detailed body hair on characters and monsters is now properly displayed when the anti-aliasing is turned off or set to "FXAA."
    This also ensures body hair is properly displayed when NVIDIA DLSS is enabled.
  • Other miscellaneous bug fixes have been made.

The Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak 11.0.2 update also brings a number of balance adjustments and other bug fixes, which you can find detailed below:

  • Fixed an error that occasionally occurred if you register an equipment loadout containing a weapon with a Rampage Decoration, rollback the upgrade for that weapon, and then try to select that particular equipment loadout again.
  • Fixed an issue occasionally affecting the results of augmenting armor when performing specific steps while augmenting a weapon.
  • When changing the target in the search settings for Anomaly Investigations, the minimum level value will no longer be updated if the target is within the range of adjustable conditions.

Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is now available on PC and Nintendo Switch worldwide. You can hair and fur error more about the game by checking out my review:

With its huge number of new and returning monsters, new gameplay mechanics, and great refinements to the formula, Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak is the massive expansion that the latest entry in the series deserved to get. While the jump hair and fur error High Rank to Master Rank doesn't feel as big as it was in previous entries in the series, Sunbreak does so many things well that most of the hunters traveling to Elgado and the Citadel will hardly be bothered by it.

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Sims 4 Studio — Studio update: Werewolves Gamepack & hair/slider.

Studio update: Werewolves Gamepack & hair/slider batch fixes

Hi All, the Werewolves patch caused custom content hair that was compatible with the color sliders to look bad hair and fur error the game. This version of Studio (for Windows and Mac) has:

1. a batch fix that will repair these packages so the hair will look right and still be compatible with the color sliders. 

2. a batch fix that will change hairs that aren’t compatible with the color sliders so they are. 

3. a batch fix that will fix face and body slider mods so they work in patched games.

The #2 batch fix can be used on css operating terror that were converted back to color slider incompatible hairs using another application. PLEASE NOTE: these batch fixes are in beta, meaning we tested them on a limited number of packages. Due to the wide variety of Sims 4 custom content, we cannot ensure they are perfect yet. However, every time you run a Studio batch fix, Studio makes a copy of the pre-batch fixed packages it fixes. So, if you experience unexpected/unwanted results, it is easy to replace the unwanted “fixed” packages with the original you had in your mods folder before you ran the batch fix.

The download pages for the respective Studio versions include a more detailed explanation with illustrations that will explain the batch fixes and how to use them.

Creators reported that converting RLE2 hairs to LRLE hairs was causing a problem with the shadow images that had to be fixed manually. Studio now recognizes the shadow image and doesn’t convert it to an LRLE, so this manual repair will no longer be necessary.

The Mac and Windows versions are also updated for the Werewolves Gamepack and the Moonlight Chic, Little Campers, Decor to the Max kits. There are other fixes and additions that are detailed in the Changelog for each version.

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Studio updates with batch fix for CC beds

Hi all, the High School Years expansion added pillow fights on beds. Studio’s (Windows and Mac) batch fix updates CC beds so your Sims can pillow fight on them.

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The batch fix has been tested on double beds, single beds, double mattresses on separated frames, and single mattresses on separated frames. If you encounter a bed or separated mattress that isn’t fixed hair and fur error this batch fix, please report this so the batch fixer can be updated to work on all CC items.

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Studio updates with batch fix for Error 532

Hi all, hair and fur error, recently players have encountered Error 532 after installing newly created CAS custom content items into their game. This got error 12 from storage fix will update these items so they will no longer cause this error.

The error occurs when EA’s new “Fashion” tags are present in a CAS CC item. The batch fix removes all such tags from CC packages. The process will cause CAS CC items cloned from EA originals with Fashion tags to be like CAS CC items cloned from EA originals that did not have Fashion tags.

Studio has also been updated to automatically remove these tags when an EA item that has these tags is cloned.

If, in the future, the problem resulting in Fashion tags on CC items leading to game errors is solved, Studio will update the way it deals with these tags so players and creators can use them in CAS CC packages.

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Studio updates for High School Years

Hi all, both versions of Studio are updated for High School Years & the associated patch. Additionally, both versions have been optimized to better handle files with large LRLE images; this improvement should eliminate the Out Of Memory error that was occurring when working with certain CAS packages.

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Studio updates with more Werewolf batch fixes

Hi all, both versions of Studio (Mac and Windows) now have batch fixes for shoes that inappropriately show up on werewolves and for skin tones and details that were affected by the werewolf patch. Additionally, the batch fix for sliders has been updated and, hopefully, will fix all sliders now. 

The Update LRLE Images (Werewolf Patch) also should work properly on all alpha hairs. This batch fix replaces the one that previously only worked on hair. It now works on hair, skin tones, and skin details.

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Please note, the batch fix for skin tones and details is updating files that typically include very large images. If you have many files of that kind, the batch fix could take awhile to finish.

If you run a batch fix and encounter unexpected results or files that should be hair and fur error but aren’t, please report this and include a link to where the affected package can be obtained. It is very difficult to fix a problem without examining at least one file that displays the problem. There is a thread HERE for reporting batch fix issues.

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Hot fix for Mac version of Studio

Hi all, the recent Mac version of Studio had a bug that made it incompatible with Mac OS versions older than Monterey v 12. This problem is now fixed. If you’re running any Mac OS other than the latest, please update your Studio.

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Studio batch fixes

A couple people have mentioned they have a custom slider or alpha hair that didn’t respond to the batch fix as expected. If you have a .package that didn’t get fixed by the batch fix when it should have, hair and fur error, it would be very helpful if you could send a link to it either here or in THIS THREAD at our forum. These examples could help improve the batch fix, and we’d appreciate it if you have the time to send them!

Studio updates for My Wedding Stories

Both Windows and Mac versions are updated, hair and fur error. The update includes a few minor bug fixes (details in the notes).

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Studio updates for the 2/15/22 patch

Hi all, this update will allow Studio to work with EA’s updated CASPartResource. It also adds several new kits for those who have purchased them. These include Modern Menswear, Blooming Rooms, and Carnaval Streetwear. It also includes an update for sdx hair and fur error. The update is for the Windows and Mac versions of Studio.

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Studio update for Windows & Mac

Hi all, several creators reported a problem with object shadows showing improperly in the game after the last Studio update. This error has now been fixed, so object shadow meshes will import into Studio without shadow-breaking issues. 

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