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Cat or Pikachu? A woman dyes her pet yellow to cure an infection

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A woman in Thailand shared on the networks the story of how she accidentally dyed her white cat yellow to cure an infection

According to Thammapa Supamas, the animal’s owner, she rubbed turmeric on it to treat a fungal infection on its paws.

https://www.facebook.com/mycatYellow/photos/a.107749237716974/107815247710373/

Turmeric is a yellow-coloured spice, often used as a natural dye. It is quite known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

But when applying the homemade medicine to the pet, Supamas had an unexpected result: the animal ended up being the color of the spice.

https://www.facebook.com/mycatYellow/posts/108094671015764

The snapshots of the yellow cat went viral on the networks and its owner decided to create a page on Facebook to take advantage of the moment of fame. Among the many photos are creative montages of the animal turned into the pokemon Pikachu.

https://www.facebook.com/mycatYellow/photos/a.107749237716974/109113060913925/

According to Supamas, the infection seems to be disappearing after the unusual treatment with turmeric, the yellow color, however, is taking longer to fade.

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