Fleas and Parasites
If you notice your cat licking their lower back obsessively, with or without scabs on the neck, it is a sign that fleas or parasites might be causing the problem.
Cats may develop skin irritations in response to certain foods or environmental triggers, which may cause itchy, irritated skin.
Dry winter air or lack of nutritional can contribute to dry, flaky skin that gets your cat started licking or scratching in search of relief.
Anxiety or Bordom
Compulsive cat chewing, scratching, or licking behaviors often develop in cats that are bored, stressed, or anxious. These disorders are more likely to occur in indoor cats, which may be due to the fact that they receive less exercise.
Other Cat Products
Here are some other products that should help your cat out from licking, scratching and chewing up your furniture and most importantly themselves.