How do I get rid of and treat my cat's/kitten's infection/skin infection?

To get rid of and treat a cat skin yeast infection, or any cat itchy skin problem, use this remedy at home for real results.

  • Apply Banixx liberally, using disposable gloves, to the affected area two to three times daily, for two to three days (or as long as needed).
  • Gently massage Banixx into the skin of your cat or kitten with your fingertips.
  • Dispose of the gloves to prevent the spread of infection.
  • Continue as needed.  You cannot overtreat with Banixx.

When you're all done, just let Banixx go to work. Banixx stays "active" for several hours so make no attempt to wipe or clean it off.  Banixx is not sticky nor does it have color, so its a perfect "leave-on" treatment for any cat skin infections.

Dr. Broadhurst, a feline specialist in Pinehurst, NC, states that "Many products used on other animals cannot be used on cats; however, that is not the case with Banixx. We have had amazing results on wounds and burns on cats." View case studies for cats wound here.

While Banixx is a powerful anti-fungal and antibacterial agent, it is also extremely tissue-friendly and will not sting, stain, or cause damage to even the most sensitive areas of your cat or kitten. Banixx is clinically proven safe around the eye and contains no alcohol or iodine to cauterize tissue.  For these reasons, Banixx is ideal for use with young or skittish pets, or other cats/kittens that may be difficult to treat.

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Cat Testimonial

Ringworm in Cat EarOur organization is thrilled to have been introduced to your product! It was suggested last summer by family members in the horse industry, and it saved us so much time and expense with a litter of kittens that had a ringworm outbreak. The outbreak extended to the resident adult cats and dog in the foster home, but within a week after applying Banixx, the fungus on the animals had noticeably retreated.

More recently (March 15, 2014), an adult foster cat was admitted for dental surgery, and ringworm inside her ears was noted. The infection blossomed like mad over the course of the day due to the stress of the surgery, and we started applying Banixx that night. Four days later, the visible signs of ringworm were 95% gone. It didn't occur to us to take a "before" photo. This photo of her left ear was taken 4 days later (March 19). The nickel-sized red and flaky flare-up was gone, with only perimeter scabs left.

Banixx is far more fast-acting than the oral medications and stressful sulfur dips and anti-fungal shampoos that we've tried on cats and kittens in the past, and we're singing the praises to our veterinarians, fellow rescuers, and pet owners.

The American Street Cat 

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