I am going to take her to the vet tomorrow, she has a rash under her arm and I am not sure what it could be.Welcome, Chad,
I hope your little girl isn't hurt too seriously. Has you taken her to the vet already? atback
And to clarify, because I just realized my post might be confusing, I didn't mean that something in the air actually caused her rash/scrape. I was just musing at how odd it is that we've got two siamese owners on the board this week fretting about similar injuries.Oh my. Does it look like a scrape? I just went through something very similar with my own siamese. It looked just like that from what I can see in your photo. o_o Must be something in the air!
Mine are indoor too but the vet assured me it didn't look like the other cat did it to her. She said any rough surface could have caused it, like the edge of a bed frame or some other furniature/equipment. In Athena's case we think the culprit was the base of my stationary bike, as we found a little dried blood on that after we got back from the vet.It could be a scrape, not sure how she would scrape herself since she is an indoor cat. At first I thought it could be ring worm but besides the fact that there is no ring Ive also inspected the rest of her skin and she doesn't seem to have any other irritations.
I would give it a day to see what happens but my wife wants me to take her to the vet in the morning. I'm sure all the vet is going to do it give her a shot of antibiotics.
It doesn't seem to be bothering her much, but still, I hate when my cats have something abnormal going on.