potter’s story.

i have a male cat named potter more like my son.
he is 3 year’s old. i have alway’s used hartz ear mite killer it never worked.
but any how i started using the tick an flea one spot killer,
turns out it has put blister’s an bald spots all over my cat an caused it to where i can not hold him anymore with out him hurting, i used the one spot killer 3 months the last month hair coming out all over his body, blister’s an his skin is cracking now to where it bleed’s. i found the site Google his symptoms one night worried, an it told about a guy getting is cat shaved an bathing it 2 time’s a week for a month, that’s what there vet told them to do now i am getting my cat shaved an bathing him 2 time’s a week for a month. an being a cat he hate’s water an it make’s him mad an hates hearing me say shaved to him. but im so sorry about everyone’s baby’s going through this an they need to shut down hartz,

2 thoughts on “potter’s story.”

  1. The guy that had to shave his cat and bath it twice a week sounds like someone who had a ringworm infested cat. With ringworm you have to bathe your cat twice a week with special shampoo, and if you want the shampooing to be easy you would shave the cat to make sure that the shampoo actually got to the skin.

    I know that hartz in not a good product to use however. Why did you use the flea and tick stuff if the ear mite stuff never worked? That is the first sign that the other products are not going to work.

  2. EXACTLY WHAT I THOUGHT…..COULDN’T FIGURE WHY AN EAR
    MITE PROB BECAME ANOTHER ISSUE AND SHAVING A CAT TO BATHE.
    I AGREE WITH THE RINGWORM ASSUMPTION.
    ME,…I’VE NEVER HAD A PROBLEM WITH THEIR PRODUCTS AND
    USED THEIR PRODUCTS FOR OVER 40 YEARS.
    I DO SYMPATHIZE,…THE PET WAS MISERABLE. MY HEART GOES
    OUT TO YOU.

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