My 9-year-old longhaired female cat developed skin problems about a year and a half ago--bald patch between her shoulders, scabs, itchiness. My vet did all sorts of tests--for mites, ringworm, etc., and it all came up negative. I believe the condition was triggered by poor quality cat food, as she also had a bladder inflammation at the same time (no infection--vet looked for white blood cells, found none). When I changed her diet, she improved tremendously. But now she's relapsing, and I'm in despair, even though I'm feeding her the same excellent diet, complete with fish oil and filtered water. So now I'm thinking fleas. My question: Is it safe to put Advantage (or similar product) on her when she has so many raw spots and scabs?
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