|Purred: Sat Feb 9, '13 6:55am PST |
|I apologize for not thoroughly reading the thread, but two things came to mind.
1. Everything I've ever read said you can use Neosporin sparingly, but only if it does NOT have pain relievers. Typically the ointment is used very sparingly, as having a bunch of petroleum jelly on an already aggravated spot is going to make you want to groom it more, rather than leaving it alone to heal.
2. Bitter Apple Spray can be used to keep cats from licking wounds. Don't apply it to the injury itself, just to the sides.
(I held up a piece of grapefruit peel to my cat the other day and she acted like I attacked her. So you might just buy a grapefruit, get some of the oils from the skin, and use that as a topical to keep your baby from overgrooming healing spots.
|my posts | my page | msg me | gift me | become friends|| [notify]|