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[YEA] A feral mommy cat sort of dropped off three of her feral kittens on my porch one night. They were about a month or so old and tiny and all of them had bad eye infections and ear mites. First I tried my grandma's old remedy of borax/water on a cotton ball for their eyes and ear mites. It wasn't helping. Then I remembered that ACV is good for this and put some straight ACV on the backs of their necks and (ouch) cleaned out their ears with the ACV and then put a few drops of castor oil in their ears. I also wiped off their eyes with diluted ACV. The very next morning no stuck closed eyes!!! Then it was only a couple of days til they were back to normal!!! And the combination of cleaning with ACV and then castor oil also got rid of the ear mites!!!
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12/16/2010Posted by Carrie (Orange, California) on 11/30/2010
Every year my Kittie gets a terrible upper respiratory infection that sometimes leads to bronchitis. The vet is always giving Antibiotics, benadryl, and Steroids. This year my baby did not get better he continued to stay sick, so the vet said keep him on the antibiotics for 21 days. Still sick, sneezing, and now he has developed candida yeast all over his mouth, chin, and lips. Again I took my baby to the vets and he said put Vaseline on it and give him lysine to build his immunity. He now has been sick for 5 solid weeks and has a painful sore on his face.
I found this site tonight and ran out and got the ACV for him. I have great expectations. The ACV should kill this candida on the spot and build his immunity system. He didn't seem to mind when I put it on his sores, in fact, he seemed to be o. K. With it. Then I added it to his paws and on the back of his neck. On the sore area I did not dilute the ACV but I did apply with a cotton pad, it is really infected and needs to be seriously dried out. After a few minutes I applied pure water and soaked a cold compress on the area to help dilute and mellow the area out. On his paws and back of neck I did half/half of Spring Water and ACV and I used a cotton pad to wipe on his fur. My cat is grooming himself and really not caring at all. I also treated my other baby because he is fighting the same sickness but does not have the depressed immunity from the antibiotics. He has Weeping eye, sneezing, and an occasional cough. I am super excited about this working and will absolutely keep you updated on his health. I should see an improvement hopefully within days and will update on this post with his response to ACV. He is a strong beautiful healthy Kittie that gets a horrible sickness every year in October.Replied by Carrie