|Purred: Sun Aug 3, '14 4:20pm PST |
|Looks like acne to me, too. The vet can prescribe medicine to treat it. You can also wash under the cat's chin with witch hazel (sold alongside the rubbing alcohol and hydrogen peroxide in the first aid section of the pharmacy). Use a washcloth to gently rub the witch hazel under the chin. You don't need to rinse. If your cat will let you, comb under the chin with a fine toothed comb. Comb the fur backwards to remove any dry scabby bits. Then apply the medicine the vet prescribed.
I'm not sure what the nose spot is It's common for orange cats, even orange/white ones, to develop black freckles on their noses, lips, and inside the mouth as they age. This nose spot doesn't look like a freckle The vet can tell you what it is.
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