Feline Miliary Dermatitis in Cats

Feline miliary dermatitis is the term vets use when they explain the skin condition affecting a cat, as the reaction looks like tiny millet seeds on the cat’s skin.

This condition is also called scabby cat disease, papulocrusting dermatitis, and miliary eczema.

The rash appears most often around the neck and head of the cat, going down its back.

Feline miliary dermatitis is a term used to describe several skin conditions, usually as the result of an allergic reaction.

The allergy could be to flea bites or other types of allergens. Harvest mites, walking dandruff, ear mites, and lice can also lead to the development of this condition.

Food allergies can also cause allergic reactions that show up on the cat’s skin.

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