Skin Problems With Cats

Supplement your kitty’s diet with salmon fish oil

Salmon is rich in omega 3, and supports both joints and heart health as well as skin and coat. Pure wild Alaskan salmon is formulated especially for cats and dogs. You can add it to food and most cats love the taste. As with all supplements it’s not a quick fix. You’d need to use the product for several weeks at least before expecting to see any significant improvements

Prevention is better than cure

Most skin problems with cats can be prevented by a few simple measures. Regular brushing, especially if your cat has long hair can reveal potential problems. Also, remember to use flea and tick spot-on treatments as advised.

Cleanliness and good hygiene aren’t only beneficial for you, but for your cat as well. Clean floors and furniture regularly to remove dirt and dust. Pet vacuums are great for filtering dust and dander, but you must clean the filter regularly. Many skin problems can be avoided by using non-toxic cleaning products, and this applies to you as well as your cat.

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Written by Sophie Grey

I've loved cats ever since I was a young girl, and love to share my knowledge of them with the world! Thank you for reading ❤️ If you've got a question for me, don't hesitate to reach out.