my cat has been geting RANDOME scratches on ths head, and the rest of his body
he is only 3 years old and i am scared for him
he gets gooey/wet stuff coming from his eyes ocasonaly and he was not nuttered ( hant have sex )
i am SOO worried about him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i love him so much and i dont want him to die!!!!
PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME KNOW WHAT IS WRONG WITH HIM!!!!!!!!!!!!
i am so scared for him and his life!
please help me!
Bonster is just a 3 year old intact male cat with a skin problem. Rarely does skin disease of this nature lead to an animals death. It is much more likely Bonster has ear mites, skin mites or an allergic skin disease of some kind. These problems are itchy and the scratches are likely evidence of self trauma. See your doctor with Bonster and get his skin problem diagnosed and treated. He will be more comfortable and you less scared once you have. His eye discharge is likely to be unrelated but may be a chronic condition your doctor can help you with.
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