What would you do if you found out that your cat’s recently hurt paw got infected? Call an Uber and get his furry butt to the ER in the nearest vet clinic? Or google “what voodoo powder to use to stop the fungal infection from spreading”? The choice is obvious, but not for Tammapa, apparently.

Tammapa Supamas, a resident of Thailand, found signs of fungal infection on her cat and decided to cure it using a natural remedy she found on the Internet. By the way, don’t try this at home, please. You should always consult with a vet specialist in cases like this.

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