Use of a Traditional Chinese Medical Herbal Formula to Treat A Dermatological Disorder of Unknown Aetiology in a Domestic Cat
by Bruce Ferguson
A 4 year old white domestic short hair (DSH) cat presented with a 4 month history of excessive abdominal grooming with extensive hair loss and auricular self-trauma of 4 months duration. The cat had a prior history of perfect health and was vaccinated once for the core feline diseases (FVRCP) as well as rabies (Imrab-3). This indoor-outdoor cat lived on 9 rural acres in a two cat household. A female Great Dane puppy had been adopted into the household 4-5 months prior to the owner presenting the cat for examination. The owner reported that the puppy playfully (from the puppy's viewpoint) chased and harassed the cat most of the cat's waking hours. The cat responded by hissing, raising his hair and occasionally swatting at the dog.
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