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Bye Bye Boo Boo® Butter | Blissful Cat®

Bye Bye Boo Boo® Butter | Blissful Cat®

Regular price $12.95 USD
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The Blissful Cat® Bye Bye Boo Boo® Butter for Your Cat's Minor Skin Irritations

Does your cat ever get into mischief? Does he go out into the backyard or onto the patio and return with mysterious scratches, scrapes, bug bites or abrasions? Boo Boo Butter is perfect for all those situations when your cat's skin needs a bit of extra attention but is not a full-on, pearl clutching emergency.

Bye Bye Boo Boo® Butter - Your Go-To Balm for Your Cat's Random Ouches<

  • Scratches & Scrapes
  • Rashes
  • Nicks, Cuts & Abrasions
  • Grooming mishaps: clipper or brush irritation
  • Aggravated facial folds; wrinkles, the area around the nose
  • Irritated & Itchy Skin
  • Crusty ear edges
  • Scars and scabs
  • Banged up tails
  • Fungal Issues
  • Bacterial Annoyances

All Natural Ingredients: Shea butter, olive oil, almond oil, coconut oil, neem oil, argan oil, castor oil, cocoa seed butter, avocado oil, beeswax, Infusions of Chamomile, Calendula, Comfrey and St. John’s Wort Oil

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  • Bliss in 1 2 3 Steps

  • All Natural Good Stuff

    Even the most blissful of cats may have occasional skin issues that need a bit more attention…something extra to help them heal and be comfortable. Bye Bye Boo Boo® Cat Shampoo, Spray & Butter features natural skin treatment with the power of herbal components working together to soothe your pet’s discomforts. Our goal is to help calm the itchiness and start the healing process.

  • Stop the Itch

    The Bye Bye Boo Boo® Collection soothes a variety of skin issues; itchy, sensitive skin, hot spots, eczema, ringworm, clipper irritation, yeasty conditions, oily seborrhea, and minor skin irritations.

    Safe for kittens over 12 weeks of age. Non-medicated, non-veterinary grooming preparation for hygiene purposes only.​ For stubborn or severe skin issues please consult with your veterinarian.