Many health problems that humans have to face are also problems for cats as well. Many teenagers remember dealing with acne growing up, but acne isn’t just a problem for humans. It’s a problem for cats as well.

Melissa Hall, DVM, a board-certified veterinary dermatologist said, “Feline chin acne may affect cats of any breed or gender and is unrelated to age. Often, it’s more detectable and apparent with the hairless breeds, since there is less hair to hide pimples and blackheads.”

One simple way to reduce the chance of acne is to switch from plastic food bowls to ceramic or steel ones. That’s because plastic bowls can crack and labor bacteria, which can cause acne in your cat.

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