I have noticed scabbing on my cats back above her tail along with her face and ears. What's causing it and how to fix it

Asked by Member 1073696 on Nov 28th 2011 in Allergies
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If your cat is an outdoor cat then maybe it brawled with the "neighborhood bully" or just another cat. If this is the case and the wounds are scabbing, then that means they are healing so you don't have to be concerned. The only two things you can do to help is make sure that the skin isn't red-ish, swollen, or "lumpy", which means it is infected. And make sure you or your cat doesn't scratch it off. Your cat might do it when she's/he's itching near it or your might do while petting him/her, etc.

Thumper answered on 1/4/12. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


.Sounds like "flea dirt" aka bloody scabs from flea bites. Infested with fleas? By the time you read this fleas will be on your arms. Legs or ha ha ankles. Oh yeah. Tape worms. That's another segment. Of Your life. Rubbing alcohol applied. To Kitty's. Scabs (removed and placed on sink) reveals blood

Member 1090019 answered on 3/27/12. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer