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Microsporum canis/feliz

LilaCica

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Dear members,

I would like to share my cat's health update with you because may can help you. Some weeks ago i saw a spot on my cats back (picture attached) we went to the vet and he took a part from his skin and sent it to the lab. It was microsporum canis. We received soap, medicine and betadine and 2 weeks were enough to kill the microsporum from the kitten. We were so lucky.
 

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Hairless Blessing

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That's great you caught it and something could be done.
This will help other's, if they see the same on their sphynx.
Thanks for sharing.
 

NinaGato

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Glad you caught it early. That way it wouldn't spread to the family
 

Catzzzmeow

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Glad you got the ringworm diagnosed. Just remember it is contagious to other pets and humans. Hopefully you got it early and will be under control :)

Patti
 
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