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random stratch

Sam SlocombeSam Slocombe WokingMember Posts: 37
edited 8 June, 2007 in Cat Health
Hi everyone my mum noticed a big stratch on my face yesterday which has got her worried. It seems like it has a scab on it and i let mum clean it but she is worried about infection. What should she do?

Comments

  • Rachel GibbonsRachel Gibbons LongmontMember Posts: 1,686
    edited 7 June, 2007
    Keep an eye on it. If it gets bad have mom take you to the vet. Hope it gets better! :D Miss Calli
  • Sam SlocombeSam Slocombe WokingMember Posts: 37
    edited 8 June, 2007
    thank you, mum has been checking it but it isn't bothering me!
  • MrD_Sam_RazaMrD_Sam_Raza New ZealandMember Posts: 2,511 ✭✭✭
    edited 8 June, 2007
    Yeah! I would keep an eye on it too. If it looks swollen, sore to touch or smells, see a vet. Also I would make sure the wound stays clean. Good luck. Also if there is any signs of puss, see a vet your\'ll need antibiotics. Have a nice day, Meow!
  • Alma (& Josh) Van DorpeAlma (& Josh) Van Dorpe ChicagoMember Posts: 49
    edited 8 June, 2007
    My sister scratches my face when I don\'t leave her alone. I like to chase her around the house;). The scratches have always healed without any problem. Our vet gave my mommy a bottle of xenodine once for my brother Max. He told us that xenodine is great for scratches...like Neosporin for humans. Don\'t know if you can get xenodine at a pet store or from vets only. But if you ever get your hands on a bottle of xenodine, keep it because it\'ll last forever.
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