Cat Health Care Tips : How to Treat Cat Acne


I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

https://youtube.com/watch?v=CeVeoBYpGE8%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata

Cat acne is treated with topical medications prescribed by a veterinarian. Treat feline acne with tips from aveterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr. James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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13 Responses

  1. staphinfection
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    Is this serious??

    I’ve never seen a cat with zits…… Do they have a harder time getting dates or something?

  2. Raylo424
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    LMFAOOOOOOO!!!!

  3. apurrfectkittie1019
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    I recently had to buy a plastic storage bin to replace the liter box (cause=oversized cat) Do you think it’s an allergy to the plastic storage bin? I thought it’s only plastic bowls they eat out of.

  4. hanaa2001
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    yup I am looking this up b/c my cat got a red bump under his lower lip the past 3 days and its been growing… I will take him to the Vet

  5. tttttania
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    Can you please recommend a mild antibacterial soap to wash my cats chin with…I heard Cetephil works but its human antibacterial soap?
    Also, when you say benzyl peroxide…is this humane grade stuff that I have in my first aid box?

  6. chloe7829
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    we have our cat now for three yrs or so, when we got her from a shelter I noticed many tiny, hard bumps or scabs on her scruff. I could feel them stroking her. I used a fine tooth comb on that area and after a few days the bumps were gone and never came back. Perhaps the comb dislodged any scabs and combed them out

  7. mermaidamp
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    Cats get acne? Gross!

  8. SundaeTheKitten
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    cats get zits? really? that’s wierd!

  9. YeahThatsRightDude
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    SO, here’s an idea….
    why not show a cat that actually HAS acne so we know what it might look like!
    Not at cat whose acne has cleared up.
    I Know…ProCative for felines!
    Yeah, thats right….

  10. nschenk
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    Cats get acne from irritants, allergies, or bacterial sources. they look like little block dots of varying largeness, which may or may not feel swollen, and may or may not have some black stuff that is thick and waxy pushing out form these dots.

  11. baconismagic
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    1:14 – WHERE IS THE BOMB?! TALK!

  12. mermaidamp
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    Cats get acne?

  13. ravenmcgrath
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    @tttttania dial gold works well. its what im using on my cat

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