Cats are adventurous creatures susceptible to cuts and scrapes from their daily adventures and from interactions with other cats. First Aid Spray for Cats is a natural antiseptic that helps heal and protect wounds from infection. Its soothing properties relieve painful irritation and will make your pet more comfortable.
- item number
- 0.70 LBS
- 1 fl. oz. (30ml)
- life stages
- adult, senior, kitten
- made in
Neem – Contains antibacterial antiviral properties that speed healing.
Marigold – Contains essential oils and various other compounds that speed cell reproduction and prevent bacteria and fungi from infecting a cut.
Aloe Vera – A topical skin dressing that softens and soothes the skin and promotes speedy healing of minor wounds.
Usnea – An antibacterial agent that prevents infection in cuts.
California Poppy – Helps relieve pain and prevent infection associated with cuts and scratches.
Tea Tree Oil – An effective antiseptic useful in the treatment of wounds and cuts.
How to Administer
Topical Spray: Spray several times a day to affected area until healed.
It may some times be necessary to shave or trim your pet’s hair so that the First Aid spray reaches the affected area. If necessary, cover the affected area with gauze dressing.
Do not spray near or into eyes or nose. May initially sting on open cut
My cat may have been bit by another cat, will this spray help?
First Aid Spray can help to prevent infection in wounds, however many cat bites penetrate very deep into the tissues where no topical product can reach. After a possible cat bite it is important to monitor the area for any signs of infection such as pain, swelling or discharge. If you notice any of these symptoms see your vet as soon as possible. Cat bite infections can be quite severe.
How long will First Aid Spray last after opened?
First Aid Spray is good for 8 years after first use.
Should I use this directly on the scrape or burn?
You can spray First Aid Spray directly onto the affected area. Avoid contact with the eyes. There may be a little bit of stinging when first apply, but this quickly passes.
Can i use the first aid spray on top of an ointment?
Ointments create a barrier over the skin. If First Aid Spray is applied over an ointment, it will not likely be able to penetrate through the ointment to reach the skin. We do not recommend use of both at the same time. You should separate First Aid Spray from an ointment by a couple of hours.