I've been reading about some cat owners having problems with the 'rat-ulcers'. I have had several cats thru the years with this, and used to treat with ovaban, which became very expensive. Someone told me to wash the affected area with vinegar 2 - 3 times a day, and it really has worked for me. I have a cat now who is allergic to certain plastics, etc., but still gets them occasionally, and the vinegar has removed them every time. They don't seem to recur as often, either. Is there something to this or is it just coincidence? If it's been truly working, it's a cheap alternative to this nuisance. What do you think?
Never heard of this but I am open to trying new things. I am a lillte skeptical. vetcare