Ectoparasites and Cutaneous Diseases

For many years it is known that a skin condition constitutes a good reflection of your bodily condition. When body and soul, meaning your mood, is so close like in a cat, the skin transmits a credible impression of their general condition. The equivalent of skin in this case is hair. This is why it is so hard to treat cutaneous diseases.

It is not enough to kill just flees or give them vitamin A. Hirsute hair from ill animals cannot even be smoothed out with an expensive combination of vitamins and mites from scabies find in them a nice lawn. On the other hand, a well-kept animal doesn’t have to fear either parasites or minor deficiencies.

Cat Houses Cat Boils and abscesses Cat Hernias Cat Tumors and Tumefactions Feline Gastritis Cat's Digestive Illnesses - Diarrhea Cat Constipation Cat Nutrition Mistakes and Infectious Diarrheas Cat Vomiting, Gastritis and Infections Feline Gallstones Embryos and toxoplasmosis Pregnant Women and Toxoplasmosis Cats and Toxoplasmosis Feline Infectious Enteritis Feline Flu Feline Rabies Cat Peritonitis and Feline Immunodeficiency Precautions if you are Pregnant - Toxoplasmosis Ectoparasites and Cutaneous Diseases Feline Endoparasites