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Posted by: Nikita | 2012/05/07

Allergy Reaction Russian Blue Cat

HI there,

my cat has been getting terrible rashes from allergies. She gets little sores and then they get dry and return again. The vet said its an reaction from fleas allergy. They gave a cortisone injection and she was fine only for a week. NOW its back. Its not on her body , only on her head and neck. and no paracites or ringworms present according to the vet SHe gets deflead with revolution every 3-4 weeks and eats senstive skin from Royal Canine. What will the long trem treatment be for my cat? will this allergy go away? or is it something else?

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Our expert says:
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Hi Nikita

You need to have a investigative plan to truly identify what the problem is. Your investigative plan may include the following: skin scrape, cutaneous cytology, acetate tape preparations, woods lamp, trichogram, biopsy, cultures and possibly allergy testing. Will all this information you will have a better idea as to what the problem is and then you can select your treatment protocol accordingly. Please note that there will be financial considerations with the above. please discuss the matter with your veterinary surgeon and have a discussions to how to proceed.

Kind regards

Angus Campbell

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Posted by: CyberVet | 2012/05/14

Hi Nikita

You need to have a investigative plan to truly identify what the problem is. Your investigative plan may include the following: skin scrape, cutaneous cytology, acetate tape preparations, woods lamp, trichogram, biopsy, cultures and possibly allergy testing. Will all this information you will have a better idea as to what the problem is and then you can select your treatment protocol accordingly. Please note that there will be financial considerations with the above. please discuss the matter with your veterinary surgeon and have a discussions to how to proceed.

Kind regards

Angus Campbell

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