A cat’s cat’s skin is covered in oil, and if it gets in the way, the cat can get itchy, inflamed and irritated.

A cat’s dermatologist can prescribe cat-acne cream to help treat this problem.

The cat’s doctor will do a skin test to look for oil, which is the residue left by dead skin cells.

Once the test is positive, the doctor will prescribe the cat’s favorite acne cream.

“The oil gets absorbed into the skin and causes a condition called cat acne,” Dr. Ayla Omer told ABC News.

“If it gets into the eye, it can lead to vision loss.”

Cat acne is one of the most common types of skin problems for cats, and it can also happen to humans as well.

One cat’s treatment may not be enough, though, because cats are naturally predisposed to developing skin problems.

According to a new study published in the journal Current Veterinary Research, cat skin can become very sensitive and inflamed in response to cat food and other cat treats.

Cat skin may also become irritated or even develop a pimple if it isn’t properly treated, and then it may grow into an infection.

Dr. Omer said it’s important to remember that cat acne is a natural skin condition, so cat skin is not always a bad thing.

There is some evidence that cats with more skin can develop more severe skin problems like eczema, which affects the eyelids, or psoriasis, which covers the body.

If you or anyone you know has a cat with cat acne, you can talk to your veterinarian about your cat’s condition and how to prevent future problems.