Treating razor burn

Lorik

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How do you treat a razor burn on cats leg?
 

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Hi and welcome to TCS, despite what brought you here. I don't know how this happened, but as long as it is truly nothing but razor burn, try chamomile tea. Buy chamomile tea bags - you can find them in most any grocery store and generally speaking those are Germain - you don't want English or any flavorings or additives. Brew a bag in water, cool the liquid to room temp and then apply some to the area(s) with a soft cloth or cotton balls. Chamomile tea is a soothing and healing agent, as well as having anti-bacterial/anti-fungal properties. It is safe for your cat to ingest if that should happen.
 

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L Lorik I would do what FeebysOwner FeebysOwner suggested on the tea. It's very soothing.
Did this happen at a groomers? If so, you need to call them ASAP and tell them, and share photos of the area(s) with them.
 
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Thank you for the suggestion, ipappy. I’m going to try that.
 
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