Thai Woman Uses Turmeric For Her Cat’s Fungal Infection, And The Cat Accidentally Turns Yellow (12 Pics)

I am telling you, Asian spices and Asian’s secret tips to cure things are incredible. Make sure you do the research before aggressively applying or else this would turn out an unexpected issue, no joking. This real-life Pikachu didn’t expect it either!

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A Thai woman named Thammapa Supamas shared a story on Facebook about her kitty who had had a terrible fungal infection but she accidentally turned her kitty into full-on yellow by brushing turmeric – Indian medicinal herb which could completely heal the cat’s fungal spot, “reduced itching and not licking the wound area” in a short period of time safely.

“My cat Ka-Pwong had ringworm, we did everything to cure it, but nothing worked. That was when my mother had the idea of using turmeric. At first, she painted it on the ringworm but as there was a lot left, she decided to paint the whole body to prevent future mycoses.” said Supamas.

Since the sensible statement of her mother, they colorized the kitty all over her body to prevent further infection. But then she realized that the side effect of turmeric was the color would not be washed off immediately, it took time to be faded. And Ka-Pwong’s fur was no longer white after that, a yellow creature named Pikachu appeared instead!

“My cat may not even know it turns yellow now. Now the cat is cheerful and eats a lot as usual.”

Regardless of the funny fur that her kitty was on, she still wanted to get the white one back for the cat, she explained that the turmeric’s color would be fade away within 3 months.

After posting the hilarious accident, thousands people were concerned about the cat’s infection, some other admitted that she really looked like Pikachu in a Japanese animated series. Supamas even quickly photoshopped a few graphic features onto her photos to make it look even more similar to the character.

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