Cat Scratch Fever!
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If you're familiar with kittens, you know when you adopt one there's a very good chance you're going to receive a few love scratches when you play with them. Those tiny scratches may not hurt, but they can become annoying or infected if they're not treated properly.
Cats scratch in their litter boxes (and hopefully not on your furniture) which means their nails will have some bacteria that you don't want in these wounds. After each play session with kitty, be sure to apply some Antiseptic Healing Ointment to those wounds and avoid a case of cat scratch fever (which is a REAL thing). As a bonus, our Antiseptic Healing Ointment will also help moisturize your hands which is vital during the cold months of late fall and winter.