Animals are gift of God to human beings. They are jew­els of nature and have impor­tant part in our lives. I am sure most of the peo­ple in the world loves ani­mals par­tic­u­larly cats and dogs. But today we are not going to talk about the dogs . Cats are very cute look­ing crea­ture. I know because i also have one. As owner i know it is not easy to breed a cat, because these cats also have health prob­lems like humans. But today i am going to talk about a health dis­ease which may occur in cats often.

Acne is not only com­mon in teenagers but it can pop up in cats also. Your cat doesn’t have to be a teenager to get acne. Just like humans, cats have glands that release oil that clog pores. Cat acne shows up most com­monly under the chin and around the lips. You may notice a black area on the chin that looks like dirt, or exces­sively greasy fur. A mild case of feline acne should be treat­able at home, but you may need to con­sult a veterinarian.

How to Treat Cat Acne With Home Reme­dies:

1 - Rinse a clean wash cloth with warm water and add a mild antibac­te­r­ial soap. Your vet­eri­nar­ian can rec­om­mend a soap if you aren’t sure which soaps are safe.

2 - Scrub your cat’s chin gen­tly with the soapy cloth. Expect the black spots to flake off dur­ing this process.

3 - Rinse the wash cloth with warm water to remove the soap and wash off the soapy area of your cat’s chin.

4 - Dry your cat’s chin with a soft cloth.

5 - Repeat clean­ing steps twice daily for opti­mal results.

6 - Con­sult your vet­eri­nar­ian if the con­di­tion doesn’t improve within a week or so of treat­ing at home. Your vet­eri­nar­ian may rec­om­mend treat­ment with ben­zyl per­ox­ide gel or pads in addi­tion to using an antibi­otic to pre­vent infec­tion, depend­ing on the sever­ity of your cat’s condition.



1– Hav­ing a part­ner help hold the cat while you are treat­ing it can be very helpful.

2– Fol­low your cleans­ing treat­ment by wip­ing the affected area with a ben­zyl per­ox­ide pad. It is also help­ful in more severe cases of cat acne.

3– Switch your cat’s food and water dishes from plas­tic to glass, ceramic or metal bowls which are less likely to har­bor bac­te­ria that causes acne.

4– Wash your cat’s food and water dishes daily if possible.

5– Another home rem­edy that can be used is a solu­tion of 1 table­spoon of Epsom Salt with about 2 cups of warm water and using a wash cloth to hold against the affected area for at least 5 minutes.

 6– Always con­sult your vet­eri­nar­ian before start­ing any home treat­ment of your cat.

7– Other con­di­tions may have sim­i­lar symp­toms, such as demod­e­co­sis and dermatophytosis.

If left untreated, your cat’s acne may turn into a much more seri­ous con­di­tion known as Fol­li­culi­tis, which is an inflam­ma­tion on the cat’s skin in the hair fol­li­cles. Fol­li­culi­tis can not be treated at home and requires med­ical attention.

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John Smith

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