Heads up! It's actually ringworm.

Has your cat been diagnosed with “feline acne,” but you’ve switched away from plastic to metal bowls, and it still persists?

That’s because it’s actually ringworm.


This is how it looks when affecting the chin, nose, or other area with coarse, short, stubbly fur, that’s dense like velvet!

These pictures are of the same cat, two days apart, after using a sponge with a gritty, scouring side dipped in Dawn and OTC athlete’s foot cream, in this case with the active ingredient clotrimazole, but other effective creams contain miconazole, or terbinafine.


Ya'll know I'm not a veterinarian. I'm lucky to work with smart professionals, and I've learned what works. Let me know how this simple treatment works for your kitty.


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