With a thirst for adventure and an appetite for risk, every cat owner needs to be prepared for the inevitable scrapes our cheekiest kitties seem to find themselves in! Our cat first aid kit is ideal to help soothe your cat after a minor incident, whether they have had a run in with the neighbourhood boss cat, or come off a little worse for wear from a misjudged bite!
All Pet Solutions have put together a catalogue of cat first aid to be able to create your pick and mix first aid kit for cats. We stock everything from homoeopathic treatments for poorly tummies to antibacterial treatments for minor scratches to help you provide swift first aid cat care when they need it most.
Cat wound treatment can be needed from time to time to deal with small scratches, cuts or bites. Our Veterinary Anti-Bacterial Powder is the best solution and produced by trusted brand Johnson’s. As a powder this is easy to apply, avoids any excessive handling of an injured kittie and kills bacteria with a soothing treatment. A dry dressing is ideal for cats that dislike being handled or have a minor injury. If in any doubt, using an antibacterial powder straight away is a great way to prevent infection if your kittie needs to see the vet, and makes sure they are kept safe until their vet can take a look.
For an upset cat stomach, inflamed skin or minor abrasions, we are proud to stock HomeoPet products, which provide natural homoeopathic solutions to look after your feline friend in the gentlest way possible.
HomeoPet Feline Digestive Upsets is developed especially for cats and helps soothe upset tummies including loss of appetite in cats of all ages. Drops can be administered in water for younger kittens or cats that aren’t feeling their best.
Our Vit-Min Paste is another excellent product with a tasty formula your cat will love. The paste delivers multi-vitamins and essential amino acids and is ideal to have as a regular multi-vit to keep your cat active and happy, or as an additional supplement to support cats recovering from an injury or illness to help them get the bounce back in their paws!