Feline Acne Remedies

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Posted by Mariais (Gf, Mt, USA) on 11/16/2009

Calmoseptine cured my kitty's whiteheads/sore on his anus


My kitty, who is 6 months old, had multiple whiteheads, pimple-like, on his anus, which in a matter of days would develop into painful sores that would scab. Pet store people said it was related to his backed up anal glands. I expressed them and gave him 1/4 cup pumpkin or other squash daily, but he would keep getting the pimples even though his glands were empty. Then I decided to treat his butt issue like a rash and applied a tiny dollop of Calmoseptine with the tip of my finger. I made sure I applied when he was tired and was going to go to bed for several hrs. In a matter of days, I realized this was working like a charm: no new pimply whiteheads anymore. Thank goodness. I am now a proud mommy of a healthy kitty again.

By the way, Calmoseptine is not available anywhere, I could find mine only at CVS. it's under $10. I got samples of it when i was in nursing school and was pretty impressed with its results when i really needed it one time. I tried all kinds of things on kitty's butt including washing his anal area with soap and water, but the pimples kept coming back.

In my opinion, the pimples were directly related to backed up glands, but introducing more fiber in his diet was not enough to reverse the symptoms. This infection must be caused by a bug that is deeper in the anus skin, and was not affected by much else.