Wonder Solution For White Fur Stains

April 4, 2013

in Cats

All cats owners like their cats to look their best, but for showcats it can mean the difference between winning and losing.

We have all seen cat with tear stains, but thankfully those tears are not ones of sadness!

There are many reasons why a cat’s eyes will water excessively.

Excess tearing caused by low grade bacterial infections can be one, and if anyone has ever seen those reddish brown stains on a West Highland or other white cat’s face, they are caused by Red Yeast which will flourish in these damp, overtearing areas.

Other explanations include blocked tear ducts, ear infections, genetics, allergies, a high mineral content in the water, diet and fleas.

Some recommend dry all-natural kibble without added food color, preservatives and additives, which they claim keeps the face cleaner. Others swear by making their Maltese or Westie drink only mineral water.

Sometimes your cat might just have teary eyes, and you need to sort it out just at that moment.

If you are the owner of a white cat you will find this familiar territory.

Don’t just go for human soap to clean your cat’s face. If you must use a detergent use a cat shampoo and don’t get it into the eyes; you will still need to wash it off.

Sometimes water is not readily available so you need a better solution.

That solution could come in the form of Eyewipes from ClearQuest, for cat and cat usage. Made for use around the eye area but of course not in the eye itself.

They are a fantastic invention for clearing up debris from round the eye area.

Cleaner eyes mean less of a risk of eye infections which of course is a bonus, the eyes will appear more attractive and of course there are whitening cosmetic benefits as well as practical ones.

No rinsing required.

With 100 wipes to a packet, they are great value and contain the ingredients: Deionized Water UV Sterilized, Cocamido Propyl Betaine, Propyl Paraben, Methyl Paraben and Boric Acid.

Be very careful to not touch your pets eyeball with the wipe as this may irritate.

Vitacoat Diamond Eye Tear Stain Remover is gold in the eyes of cat showers.

For more than forty years it has been a mainstay of cat showmen all across North America for its gentle but effective cleaning power.

Another great solution for bright eyes and a distinct lack of white fur stains.

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makis October 14, 2010 at 4:14 am

i have a persian white cat & ihave a problem with food stains under the mouth & front paws which normal shampoos do not clean what can do ?
thankyou
makis

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