90% of cats will get a black chin, with solutions
Black chin is a common skin disease in cats, so owners should not panic when they find out. Correctly distinguish the symptoms of the black chin in cats and treat them in time.
Ⅰ. Symptoms and Solutions of Black Chin
Slight black chin: Black or white acne on the chin of cats, possibly accompanied by local redness and hair loss.
Solution: Clean and disinfect.
- Cleaning: Boiling water to cool to 40 degrees, add a little salt, with a cotton ball dipped in clean, 2-3 times/day
- Disinfectant cleaning
- Grease removal: Some cats may feel irritated
Severe black chin: redness, pustules, rash, frequent scratching by the cat
Solution: Send the pet to the hospital for examination. Do not use the medicine without permission.
Ⅱ. What Causes a Black Chin
- Use plastic tableware
- Cat food is too greasy
- Caused by cat stress
- Inadequate sanitation and cleanliness
Ⅲ. Measures to prevent black chin
- Regular disinfection, ventilation, and cleaning at home
- Clean the cat’s hair and black chin regularly, comb the cat regularly, and care for the hair.
- Change the tableware, change the ceramic cat bowl in time, and wash the tableware with pet washing mousse every day to keep it clean.
- Provide a comfortable environment for cats
- Replace greasy staples with refreshing cat food. Greasy cat food can lead to a black chin.