How To Treat Ringworm In Cats and Kittens With Banixx
Treating Ringworm in cats
If you suspect ringworm in your cat or kitten, then your cat has one of the most common fungal skin problems known to pets. Named for its characteristic circular pattern of hair loss, the hair at the edge of the cat ringworm may be somewhat tufted or raised up. The hair loss results in bald spots that may be generally smooth; altho it’s not unusual to see a reddish ring around these spots. Sometimes, however, these areas are crusty and look like sores, so one description does not fit all. For ringworm on cats, the main sites for these lesions are the skin on the face, ears, chest, forelegs and along the ridge of the back. As a potent anti-fungal treatment, Banixx can make treating ringworm in cats straightforward. Cats’ ringworm symptoms do make it easy to identify, however, it’s always good to get a definitive diagnosis from your veterinarian. Find Banixx near you or buy online.
what is a cat ringworm? Is it really a worm?
Despite its name, ringworm has nothing at all to do with worms, but rather with an insidious fungus that hides in the dark, moist areas under saddle pads, cinches, or cat/dog collars. Cat ringworm fungi feed on the natural skin keratin that is found in the outer layers of the skin, hair, and nails. Ringworm in cats and any other pet for that matter is extremely contagious. It can be easily transmitted from animal to animal or even animal to human through infected grooming supplies, tack, or even skin-to-skin contact. Due to its contagious nature, treatment of your pet’s entire environment is vitally important to success. Find Banixx near you or buy online.
Then, how do I use Banixx at home to get rid of & treat ringworm in cats?
Banixx has been used with tremendous success on ringworm treatment in cats and kittens due to its amazing anti-fungal properties. Note: since ringworm on cats, kittens is so contagious, it’s a good idea to do some basic disinfecting procedures such as cleaning any grooming brushes/combs and bedding with a bleach and water solution. Spraying a household anti-bacterial spray such as Lysol, or similar, in and around your pet’s living quarters is another sound precautionary step.
Banixx is the benign, immediate source of relief for treating cat ringworm in cats and fungal infections in cats.
Customers 5-star Reviews
“I have a cat who has had really bad skin problems for the last 4 years. He had ringworm and scabs and had lost almost all his hair on his back and neck. Nothing I tried ever worked or it was really toxic and I could not use it. When I saw your Wound Care was good to use on cats (which is not easy to find) I tried it on him. Well, let me just say that after 3 applications, his hair has grown back, no more ringworm, and I am soooo happy!. Last winter I felt so bad because he did not have much hair on his neck or back, and I am sure he was cold, but now his fur has grown in thick and nice!! His name was Mr. Ringworm because he always got it back, and, now it’s just Mr. R!!! Thanks for such a great product (it is actually amazing!) that you can use on all animals. He is a happy cat now!! Thanks again for such a great product!!”Lori S. to the Banixx FaceBook
“I brought home a kitten who was sick with upper respiratory infection, ear mites, fleas, and worms. After quarantine for three weeks while getting those things taken care of we thought he was all better and finally introduced him to the rest of the house. Unfortunately not long after that we noticed patches of hair missing. It turned out to be ringworm. By the time we realized this it was too late and all 3 cats ended up with it and 4 dogs as well. I bought a black light and the kitten had glowing places all over his body so the topical creams weren’t really an option. I bought Banixx and it seemed to work really well. I sprayed his body twice a day and also used it on all the other animals facial spots since it’s safe around the eyes. “Amazon Customer
“I used this for my cats ringworm. It took a while of using this, I had to order another bottle but that’s just because ringworm takes a long time to treat. It worked well, it was easy to use, and has multiple uses. I will definitely be using this for any other issues my cat may have later on.”Lexis A., Amazon Customer
“this product works it just takes time.. my cat had a bad case of ringworm and his ears and his legs had very bad marks with lose of hair.. it was pretty bad.. I used this product for 3 weeks 3 to 4 times every day without ever missing one day .. It finally cleared up but you must give this product time to work.. the trick is use it and use a lot of it 3 to 4 times per day .. it does work..”Rick, Amazon Customer
"Our 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." Find Banixx near you or buy online.