Cat Health Care Tips : How to Treat Cat Acne

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Cat acne is treated with topical medications prescribed by a veterinarian. Treat feline acne with tips from a veterinarian 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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  1. staphinfection says:

    Is this serious??

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

  2. Raylo424 says:

    LMFAOOOOOOO!!!!

  3. apurrfectkittie1019 says:

    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 says:

    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 says:

    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 says:

    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 says:

    Cats get acne? Gross!