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My cat has had skin problems for months and months and I have been going crazy!

She had 'flea allergy dermatitis', but even after the fleas were taken care of, she still had hot spots she would scrath until bloody and rough, flaky skin and would leave big dandruff flakes everywhere.

I tried Septiderm-V shampoo today and already she is so much better! Right when I started shampooing her she was purring and just 10 hours later, she looks so much better!


Just had to share ~ I am so excited and happy for my poor kitty!
post #2 of 4
Hi Alicat

How neat that you found something that works! ! ! What is the active ingredient in the Septiderm V shampoo? what does the label say it is for? I have to look into this because my cat is on prednisone right now for -- get this name -- "eosinophilic granuloma complex" . . .in other words . . . .a rash I was just at the vet to get a hypoallergenic food and shampoo. . .the one they gave me was called Allergroom.

I bet your kitty is soooo happy to not be so itchy!
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Yeah, Poppy seems sooo relieved!

I was a little nervous, as I was looking to get an all natural product, but his really looked good, and I thought I'd try it.

It's made by Greentree Products/Naturvet, which sound good!

It says it's good for itching, hot spots, flea bites, dermititis, rashes and skin allergies on puppies, dogs, kittens, cats AND horses!

The ingredients are:
n-Alkyl (50% C14, 46% C12, 10% C16)dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride 1%, Cetyl Trimethyl Ammonium Bromide 0.1875%, ethanol 0.35% in a compatible surfectant base.

My vet gave me, er, sold me a liquid that had anti-itch stuff and steroids to help the healing, but it didn't seem to help her.

Good luck with your kitty's rash!
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Thank you! ! ! I'm off to get some now.
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