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Our Cat Leonidas developed some kind of allergy that made itself noticeable in October 2014. Since then our poor Leo has been wearing a cone and we have been taking him to the Vet a lot! His next appointment is on 03/25/15. We are still in the "food allergy" process. Our Vet has advised that if he did not improve soon she will have to send us to the dermatologist which we can't afford. We are thinking he is allergic to his corn litter, so we changed it. The problem area is on his face, especially around his eyes, on the outside of his ears and the top of his head. They are these circle bumpy sores. Our vet first thought he might have been bit by a flea since we forgot to give him his treatment that month. It was not, he has been tested for ringworm and other things that came back negative. He has been put on antibiotics, special food diet, allergy medication, etc. Nothing has worked. We have another cat that does not have any signs of this but is starting to scratch more now...I hope our other cat doesn't get this as well. Currently Leo scratches a lot and tries to bite them but can't because he has a cone. I just bought one bottle of this and I REALLY hope it helps him. Can you think of anything else that might be the problem? Thank you!!

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March 13, 2015 at 6:05 PM

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Dear Araceli,

I would give 10 drops of DERMA-IONX twice daily on canned food for breakfast and supper to help with the allergy symptoms. What kind of food and water are you giving? Are you giving any other supplements?

Best regards,

Dr. Char www.vetionx.com

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
March 14, 2015 at 12:27 PM
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