Friday, March 3, 2017

Fashion for... (Bald)


Today's Special, Me do fashion for... 


For.....

* Whisper * ... for bald


What happened ?

Daddy applied the flea treatment ( Revolution ) a bit too low this time ( 01-03-17). Late yesterday, I got a bald spot. Mom wiped it with water. This morning I started to get a few rash, so mom wiped with cold water again, then she applied my bold spot with Papaw Ointment to reduce to relieve skin rash. After that, she put scarf on me to protect me scratched it and we got lots of mosquitos here.


This fashion doesn't bother me.
* Whisper * Me think I can manage later ..tee..heh

=^x^=

Kitties, Do you have any experience with bald spot ? Please share! Any tips for me to grow my fur back fast. I really don't want to be bald forever.


36 comments:

The Florida Furkids said...

You might have a bald spot but you still are very handsome. We don't have any experience with bald spots...we hope somebuddy can give you good idea.s

The Florida Furkids

Megan said...

Oh Mr Puddy - that's upsetting news. Your fashionable outfit does look very stylish, however - although I'm confident that when your mom isn't looking, you'll be able to pull it off.

Good luck growing your fur back quick smart.

Megan
Sydney, Australia

The Whiskeratti said...

Oh no, who wants a bald spot? A few years ago I went through a phase where I pulled my furs off my lower end. I got a Prednisone shot and eventually it grew back. Takes awhile though. - Toby

Eastside Cats said...

Gosh, Puddy! I think that you ROCK the scarf! Chucky had to be shaved for his ultrasound; we simply allowed his glorious furs to grow back without any stimulation. He looked fine after a few weeks.

meowmeowmans said...

Oh, Puddy, we are sorry about that bald spot! But you look very handsome in your outfit, so not to worry. Big hugs!

Summer said...

Just leave it covered up so you don't scratch it, Mr. Puddy! Scratching it will make it take longer to grow back.

Crafting Queen said...

Poor Mr Puddy. You rock the new look! Hopefully the hair will just grow back on it's own.

Layla Morgan Wilde ( Cat Wisdom 101) said...

Revolution is not our favorite product. Very toxic. The quickest way to heal is with Vetericyn gel or spray. Really works fast. xoxo

Rebecca lee Dutill said...

I use a powdered supplement twice a week for my cats. We have one cat who gets "over-stimulated" and over grooms herself, causing thin spots on her coat. But we've never had a completely bald spot. I just mix in with their wet food twice a week. I think this keeps their coats and skin healthy.
(Missing Link Ultimate Feline Formula for Cats) I order it from CHEWY.COM $16.00. Also found on Amazon.com

The Church Cat Family said...

You won't be bald forever, Puddy. Besides, you look quite dashing in that scarf. A new cat fashion!

Tamago said...

You look very handsome in your scarf, Mr. Puddy!
Goro once got bald spots and vet thought it was due to allergic reaction to something. His fur grew back. As the flea treatment that caused it is already removed, your fur may naturally grow back..and I really hope so! xo

Fuzzy Tales said...

You look very debonair with that scarf, Mr Puddy!

Years ago the biped used to buy those flea treatments from the pet store, but after one of them took the fur off of Annie's neck, she stopped getting them there and only gets them from the vet now. There never have been any problems with the stuff the vet sells.

Purrs and peace.

Marg said...

Puddy, you sure do look handsome in your nice neck ware. We do not have any experience with bald spot but it sounds like the Mom is doing the right thing.

D Ma said...

you're rockin that look. diego-san had a bald spot once when i spilled hot soup on him. he got a blister, the vet prescribed an ointment. His fur grew back quickly though. but he avoids me now whenever i'm carrying a bowl of soup.

Brian said...

You do look mighty fine in your scarf Mr. Puddy and I'm sure the fur will be back before you know it!

The Kitties of Purring Pines said...

It will grow back fast. And you're still handsome!

Madi and Mom said...

Ohhhhhhhhh Mr. Puddy...your mom was very kind and smart to come up with a way to hide your bald spot and keep you from licking it. The scarf is actually very trendy.

OMCS I wish I could help with the bald spot issue but I suspect and hope it will heal with your mom's excellent TLC. Hopefully if you aren't scratching it the hair will return in time. Wonder if per chance you are allergic to bug bites...like mosquitoes. Mom is extremely allergic to them then make her skin puff up.

Hugs madi your bfff

da tabbies o trout towne said...

puddy...dude....well, we admit ya look great in your scarvez

tell your dad and mom to look into food grade diatomaceous earth

they can apply it to you to keep away many bugs and it can
also be used in the house; it's all natural and not harmful to
people or pets; make sure it's food grade though so it can be
used by your water/food bowl

coconut oil will heal that up; but if it's hot there; it wont
work so well ~~ it will melt pretty quick ! ♥♥♥

Caren Gittleman said...

Puddy I am sorry about your bald spot but you look soooooooooo handsome in that scarf!! I love it!!!! xoxoxo catchatwithcarenandcody

Cathy Keisha said...

You rockin' that scarf, Puddy! I thought you were a model. Sorry 'bout the bald spot.

Mickey's Musings said...

You are quite dashing in that scarf Puddy ;)
It will appeal to the girls.
Wear it and don't worry about the furs, they'll grow back :)
Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

Teri and her Cats ~ Coco the Couture Cat, Brighton, Disco NoFurNo and Kely said...

Well, we love your debonair scarf (call it an ascot and it will make you sound rich & famous). All of us cats have been on Revolution for many years without any reaction, because one of us was positive for HW once (yes, indoor cats can get bitten by skeeters, too!). We've seen other cats lose fur at the application site. It will take quite a while for the hair to grow there, but we don't know if it's available there, but Teri likes the Vetericyn gel, too.

The Island Cats said...

Puddy, your scarf is pawsome! When Ernie had his allergy problem last year, he had two bald patches on his back and he still tried to scratch it all the time. The mom had him wear a cool t-shirt so he couldn't scratch it. We're sure your fur will grow back real soon too.

Mariodacat said...

Puddy pal, I feel for you. It is not fun to have a bald spot, but I would not worry too much as ffur will probably grow back again. It might take awhile, but it should grow back.

Annie Bear said...

Mr. Puddy, you look so handsome in your scarf. Your mom was so smart to use something that looks really pawsome but will also protect the area from being further scratched or licked. I think probably patience is key and your fur will grow back.

Your pictures look great!

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan, Bibi-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock, Violette said...

Would coconut oil also work well for something like this? You do look very handsome with your scarf, Puddy!

Purrs,
The Chans

Flynn said...

I hope your fur soon grows back, Mr Puddy. You look very handsome in your scarf though.

Ann Boyajian said...

Poor Puddy! We don't have experince with bald spots, but you sure are rockin' that scarf!

Pretinha said...

Puddy, você ficou muito charmoso com esse lenço.
A Pretinha também teve o mesmo problema com o anti pulgas,
o interessante é que ela foi a única que perdeu os pelos, todos
os outros gatos (8) não tiveram nenhum problema.

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Iza, and Marley) said...

The scarf is very fasionable. We are sorry about the bugs, though.

Austin Towers said...

Oh Mr Poot! That is an embarrassment to such a floofily handsome mancat! I've not had that problem, but when The Staff used to put the flea gunk on my neck it made my skin go flakey and I made a huge fuss!! So now she takes me to the v-e-t every six months for a flea shot which is much better, though I don't exactly like going to the v-e-t you understand! I hope it clears up soon, but that bandana looks very dashing! I think the ladycats all go swoon ;-)

giorno26 ¸¸.•*¨*•. said...

Love :)
Kiss Myriam

Liz D said...

The flea meds are quite toxic, I think. If you had a severe enough reaction that your fur fell out and you have a rash, your mom should call the vet and report this, ask for a different med, perhaps one that is put into your food once a month. Pls be sure to get mom to call the vet!

Gattina said...

Nobody would think that you hide something bad under it ! It suits you very well !

The Florida Furkids said...

We wanted to thank you for your kind comments about Cousin Trooper.
He was a great ManCat and we will miss him a lot.

The Florida Furkids

M Dawson said...

Take care when these things happen Puddy! You and Mum did the right thing taking action and also covering with such a cute protector to fool the flies!

Keep well buddy!

The Dash Kitten Crew!

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