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no.. no .. I *know* my cat has dandruff...

weird old stinky cat...

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redherring
Feb. 20th, 2002 08:16 am (UTC)
I'm not sure if it's technically dandruff. However, assuming it is, cats usually get dandruff for one of two reasons (or a combination thereof): (1) they're old, and therefore cannot clean themselves as well. The best cure for this one is to just brush them more often. (2) Their food. Basically, the cheaper the food, the greater chance they'll have skin/fur issues. I used to feed my cat Purina. She had nasty dandruff. I now feed her Science Diet, and the flakiness has gone away. Other good choices are Eukanuba and Pro Plan.
maddening
Feb. 20th, 2002 09:25 am (UTC)
Hmmm.. he's eaten the same food for years and years. But he's 13, starting to get sparse fur in place, starting to semi-vomit a lot more often (really just hacking up hair that he's swallowed), And I've randomly noticed that this ... "dandruff" .. that was never there before.

More brushing for the kitty.
He's going to be bald.
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