For cat lovers, giving the best for our cats is our life’s mission, regardless of how much we spend, or how far we are willing to go for our meow-meows at home.
One kitty in Thailand who recently had a fungal infection received much-needed treatment, worrying that a simple infection may get worse without proper medication.
Wanting to go down the route for a more traditional approach, one lady experimented with a turmeric scrub to hilarious outcomes.
According to owner Thammapa Supamas, upon understanding that a turmeric scrub can be used to treat fungal infection, she wasted no time to try it.
Probably trying to cover as much ground as she can, she ended up scrub turmeric all over the kitty’s white fur coat.
In the end, the turmeric had set in turning the kitty into a yellow Pikachu as a result.
Despite the hilarious outcome the treatment seems to work as photographic evidence were also shared on the cat’s progress.
We urge netizens not resort to home remedies just yet without the consultation of experts.
Surely most of us would not be tempted to colour our furry friends yellow just for the sake of becoming famous on social media.
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