For cat lovers, you must have experienced a claw wound from this fur ball. It could be because the cat is being aggressive or scared so that their instincts come out. Most cat scratches are harmless and are generally minor injuries. For those of you who want to treat it at home, do the following, Ladies.
How to Treat Cat Scratch
1. Clean the Wound
First, make sure you’ve cleaned your cat’s scratch. Water alone is not enough, Ladies. For deep cuts, use warm water and soap. Do not rush when cleaning the wound earlier. If you hurry and scrub too hard, the scratch can open up, allowing germs to enter and deepen the wound.
Like disinfectants, soap also takes time to work, at least 2 to 3 minutes. Equivalent to the length of 1 song, right? Therefore it is recommended to sing 1 song while cleaning hands.
In addition to soap, you can also use alcohol to clean wounds. Depends on the stock in your house, yes.
2. Give Honey
Another antiseptic alternative that is widely known, namely honey, can be an option. Honey can be used if there is no alcohol in the house and you have sensitive and allergic skin.
Make sure you use real honey. You cannot use sugar syrup or corn syrup for this treatment. How to use it is quite easy, apply honey to the wound and leave it for a while. Then rinse with water or with a little soap if necessary.