Can I use Savion on my cat

Question

Hey guys, my name Is Miles Taylor from New York, my dad gave my daughter a cat 3 days ago as her birthday present, the cat got injured today on it head when it was fighting with our next door neighbor’s dog.

My question is can I use Savion on my daughters cat injuries or should I try something else? These are very serious wounds. This cat was seriously beaten….. I found it injured outside the house few hours ago.

Can I use Savion on my cat

Hey Miles, thanks for asking us, I’m really sorry for what happened to your daughter’s cat, but you need to know that Savion was made for humans not pets.

You can’t use Savion on your cats wounds, some other cat owners use Neosporin and some use polysporin which is not recommend at all.

According to the FDA, human medicine and pet medicine are very different, human antibiotics can be very dangerous on pets.

I would advise you to do not use any human product such as pain relieving creams and sprays, creams like PolysporinNeosporin and Savion, can be potentially irritating and toxic when using on a cats since they lick their wounds frequently.

What do I recommend you to use on your cat wounds?

I would only recommend PetAlive Comfypet pain Relief Spray , it is one of the best, I have used it on my cats and also on my dogs.

Let me tell you what happened to my cat when we used Neosporin on it wounds.

My cats got injured and had minor injuries around his head and face, then my wife went to the local pharmacy and bought Neosporin.

Well I told her to buy it because it was a well known cream that can heal wounds faster, provide pain relief and definitely provide protection against bacteria’s since they delay the healing process.

Well since Neosporin was for humans, it irritated the cat wound since it was toxic, then the cat started to lick it wounds and after 2 hours the cat started vomiting.

I panicked, well I didn’t know what to do since I didn’t have a single clue of what was going on, then we took it to the nearest pet clinic.

The vet told us it was a stomach upset, when I asked him what caused it he told me that the cat probably ate something, after a few minutes the vet told me it was caused by Neosporin. I was very shocked, my cat almost died that day because of my careless ness.

Please don’t make the same mistake as I did, don’t ever use human product such as ointment and creams like Savion on your cat.

This spray will clean the wounds, provide protection against germs and bacteria’s, about 90% percent of pet owners who have used this spray have said it made their pet heal much more faster.

This spray was approved by the FDA to be used only on dogs and cats, since this was approved by the FDA it means is it the safest product to use on cat injuries.

Me and my wife have been using this pain reliving spray since 2015, this spray is definitely what you need for your cat injuries.

Pet alive sell’s in 3 bottles, some people say it expensive since it cost more than $100 dollars, I also thought so until I used it, well the only thing I can tell you is that, this is worth every penny you won’t regret using this on your cat or even on your dog.

One thing I need you to take from this article is “don’t use Savion on your cat since the FDA is against it”.

The FDA is against using human product on animals for a reason, you need to take that seriously.

CLICK HERE TO READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS and hear what other cats owners are saying who have used this pain reliving spray on their pets.

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