1oz Mad About Organics Cat Skin Relief – “Miracle in a bottle” is a way many customers have best described this product! It has been observed that itchy skin, paw chewing, constant licking and allergies in cats have become more common than ever before. Like us, animals get bitten, stung, have allergic reactions to insects or many other irritants, or even get sunburned. Excessive licking, chewing and scratching can lead to many unwanted scenarios. Our organic skin-itch relief herbal treatment aids in many of these situations including hot spots. Hot spots are a result of a skin condition officially called pyotraumatic dermatitis. It is a bacterial infection that develops and rapidly spreads in the skin. Hot spots will be warm to the touch, and painfully itchy for a pet. Hot spots emit pus and smell badly. Hair loss from around the infected area is common. Because cat hot spots are so painful and irritating many pets will bite and scratch the area causing the infection to spread. Hot spots are most common in animals with thick coats however, hot spots can occur in any breed. A common cause for hot spots is moisture getting caught next to the animal”s skin, making an ideal spot for an infection to start. Moisture can become trapped by matted fur, a collar, or simply thick fur. Many times chronic animal hot spots stem from an allergic condition, though some cats are simply more prone to hot spots than others. It is best to treat hot spots quickly to prevent further spreading of the infection, and for the relief of your pet. Also, some animals will scratch at a hot spot to the point of breaking the skin. This makes the condition even more painful, and provides the opportunity for a more serious infection to occur. Our Skin-Itch Relief Herbal Treatment soothes the area so the healing process can begin, and relieves many irritations on contact. With just a few drops on the irritated area, this concentrated blend of organic oils starts to work on contact. Mad About Organics” organic skin-itch relief herbal treatment formulated for cats and small animals is made in the USA – based in Eugene, Oregon and packaged in a recyclable plastic bottle.