my hubby found a kitty late yesterday that was not doing well when he found it but is doing good today i took it to the vet and the vet said it had a yeast infection and told me to use vinegar on it but i have never heard of that before have any of you guys heard of it
it is on the skin was told to use vinegar on it by the vet but it does not seem to be helping i was just want to know if anyone else knew of something else that can be used too
Did the vet rule out ringworm?
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