Fauna Care Giveaway

Hi, I have a review for you today. Fauna Care has four different sprays to help your cats with many issues.

*Disclosure- I received all four sprays in exchange for a fair review on my blog. All opinions are my own.

1. Fauna care has a First Aid Spray containing BACITRACIN IN A ZINC OXIDE AND DIMETHICONE BASE

2. A Protect and Condition Spray containing DIMETHICONE IN A PETROLATUM BASE



I was most excited to try the Antifungal spray on Sammy because ringworm is one of the conditions it cures. Sammy has has something going on with his right front paw for over a year. I have mentioned it to two different vets and tried different things they prescribed with no luck. He was also given an antibiotic shot at one point which should help skin issues ,but it didn’t help. The last time we were at the vet’s clinic, she suggested it could be ringworm and told me to wipe it with a mix of 1 part bleach to 9 parts water. I hesitated because I didn’t want any bleach on him then I got brave and tried it. All it did was aggravate the skin and make it red. Well, I am happy to say, this stuff worked. Check out these toesies-

I haven’t had a chance to try the others, but I am confident they will work too. The spray makes it easy to administer.

Fauna Care is offering one set of 4 products to one lucky winner ( US residents only-sorry). Just leave a comment on today’s post before Sunday at 9pm ( EST)-winner will be announced Monday.

Their pricing is excellent and they are currently having a 50% off sale, to visit, click here. 

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  1. That is really good news that the antifungal spray worked so well for Sammy.

  2. It’s heartening to hear that some of the stuff we find and THINK will work really DOES work!!! Glad Sammy’s toesies are OK now.

    Hugs, Teddy

  3. Glad to hear that the product worked for Sammy 🙂 Is this a new company or a company that has a new product? Just curious …

    1. I know they have been around at least 2 years. I will have to ask them. Good question. XO

      1. He doesn’t. I never use plastic for any cat dishes. He had a bad case when he came from the rescue but I would wash his chin daily and it cleared up. Then it would start again. He had bald patches but no lumps or sores. The vet looked at him and didn’t seem concerned but it looks gross and I think it itches. He gets what looks like black cinders. Google says it’s blackheads but they are big mamas.

  4. It’s good to find something what actually works. Good for you.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Ellen. Big hug to you and lots of scritches to all the kitties. ♥

  5. shop vac…..whoa….BLEECH ???? like for reel….sure we epic failed everee thing at skewl…N we iz knot two smart on a LOT oh stuff…but BLEECH ???? noe way…

    we iz glad yur mom finded theez productz for ewe N everee one 🙂 ♥♥

  6. Thanks so much for the info on these products! I am going to look into them for Callie! I can’t imagine using anything with bleach in it on a cat! Even their pads are most sensitive.

  7. Glad it worked and helped Sammy.
    Sounds like good stuff. Maybe it would help Daisy Mae with her itching.
    We really liked your review.
    We are hoping we win.
    Please enter us.
    Daisy Mae And Crystal

  8. Not having a kitty (I have my Charlie a black & brown Lab & we love him immensely), but my daughters do so I shall pass the word. Have a great day & thanks for the info.

  9. These[roducts sound great ! Thanks for sharing – Purrs to Sammy and all the rest !

  10. I’m glad to read this product is taking care of Sammy’s condition. Human skin irritation isn’t fun so I know it can’t be fun for furbabies, either.

  11. Goodness there is a lot of action on this giveaway and we want to get in on it. With our house full of cats those sprays will be good to have around

  12. Wow, that’s great that it worked for you! I wouldn’t want to use bleach on a kitty either.

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