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There is a very beautiful long haired white Persian cat that has been hanging around my house. Unfortunately my neighbor refuses to feed his Colorpoint Siamese and she comes to my house to eat (has for years). The Persian is I am pretty sure her mate. She is not spayed. The Persian has developed a horrible inflamed pruritic rash, that even bleeds when he scratches, all over his head and neck, on his paws and the base of his tail and genital area. He will not let me get near him (but he eats well with the Siamese!) and the neighbor would accuse me of stealing his cat if I tried to get him to the vet. Is there anything I can put in his food/water to help? Thank you so much. I think the rash is contagious as I have seen a little on another stray -- after about three days-- that rubbed against him. The authorities would pick up the Siamese too if I called animal control.

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May 27, 2014 at 12:08 PM



Dear A Prowse,

DERMA-IONX which is an oral homeopathic product stimulates the enzyme systems in the body which reduces itching and inflammation, promotes healing of the skin and helps with assimilation of nutritional components in diet and supplements. It can be added to the food or water. The supplements I use along with it include probiotics and Omega 3,6,9. Together with DERMA-IONX it produces a synergistic effect for a faster response. I would also suggest that you give the cats only filtered water for drinking if your water contains chlorine or fluoride. The most important of these products would be DERMA-IONX and the second would be probiotics on the food if giving things will be difficult.

Please feel free to contact us again if you have any other questions.

Best wishes,

Dr. Char

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
June 1, 2014 at 4:42 PM
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