Cats. They deserve the best and it’s not because they’re just so damn adorable…
…but because we’re their servants. Whatever they demand, we’ve to give.
So if your furry friend has a fungal infection? You’d better take her to the vet even if it means you’d have to starve for a month.
If not, it might just…evolve.
Woman Applied Curry Spices on White Cat to Remove Fungus & The Cat Became a Pikachu Instead
Fungal infection in cats, also known as ringworm, is a common infection. In fact, even humans would’ve suffered from it before.
For cats, the “ring” would be more obvious since they’re usually…not wearing anything.
It’s usually caused by direct contact with the fungus, and the fungus can reportedly stay on the surface of items for a whopping 18 months, so your furry friends would most probably be infected often.
Although the infection will eventually go off by itself, treatment is usually recommended as it might spread to other cats or even to humans. And of course, treatment would’ve to be done by a vet
The treatment itself isn’t an expensive affair, costing less than $100.
However, someone in Thailand decided to save the money, and as we all know, mistreating your ruler isn’t going to end well.
Instead of going to a vet or even buying something meant to treat fungal infection, cat owner Thammapa Supamas from Thailand decided to search for an alterative to treat her cat, and found something that appeared to be useful: turmeric scrub.
Lest you’re unaware, turmeric is a spice that comes from the turmeric plant, and it’s the one of the spices in …curry.
During the scrubbing, it’s no surprise that our dear cat looked and smelled like curry initially.
Okay, no problem but shortly after that, when the turmeric had set in and the cat’s fur had dried, the cat became…a Pikachu.
Rumours have it that a few days after the “treatment”, the resemblance became more uncanny, and I don’t read Thai so I didn’t know the red dots were Photoshopped in:
In case you didn’t know, this entire account is retrieved from the cat’s Facebook fan page, because it’s probably the only yellow cat in the entire world.
You can follow the world’s first yellow cat’s Facebook Page here.