Q: Grandma, Is it possible to manage cat’s mange at home? I adore my pet cats but they are infected.
A: Dear S, In general, mange in felines is rare to appear, but when it does, it attacks on the hair follicle and skin on cats. Mange is parasitic mites that are not visible in the naked eye, but reveal symptoms such as hair loss around the eyelid, neck, head, and flank. In some cases, symptoms may include crusty patches and lesion on the skin. You need not worry about it; there are amazing ways on how to get rid of the mange with the help home remedies use for cat mange that can be managed at home.
Home Remedies for Cat Mange
1. Warm Water – Bathe your cat by using warm water and cat soap daily at least twice every day. Warm water works to remove infestation of the mange in the cat’s skin or follicle.
2. Garlic Goldenseal – Mix garlic powder, Goldenseal powder and olive oil to create paste mixture. Massage the paste into the affected skin of the cat thoroughly.
3. Olive Oil and Astringent – Mix olive oil, sea breeze astringent, and water. Apply the mixture 2-3 times daily and rub it on the affected part for instant relief. The result can be visible in a couple of days with the regrowth of hair. 
4. Vegetable Oil – Put vegetable oil into the affected part of cat’s skin every night. Oil permits to eliminate the mange and prevent from spreading all over the body.
5. Lemon – Put a slice of lemon on boiling water and let it steep overnight. The following morning, put the mixture to your cat’s coats affected with mange. Lemon is known as one of the home remedies for cat mange. 
6. Yogurt – Put plain yogurt into the cat’s skin. Use at least 2 tablespoons. Yogurt contains acidophilus that is effective against mange.
7. Castor Oil – Aside from vegetable oil and olive oil, castor oil also can reduce the skin irritation and kill the parasitic mites. Pour a small amount directly into the affected skin and do not rinse it. This allows the softening of the waxy build-ups caused by mange.
8. Apple Cider Vinegar – Mix unpasteurized apple cider vinegar into the cat’s meal to stop the symptoms cause by mange.
9. Bleach and Detergent – Combine bleach and detergent into 5 liters of water and disinfect the house by cleaning it thoroughly. This will make sure parasite from infesting your cat’s skin again
10. Honey – Apply local honey at least 2 times a day to reduce the redness of the skin. Honey has healing effect on the skin to rejuvenate the skin from skin anomalies.
11. Borax – In one gallon of bucket, combine borax with 1percent hydrogen peroxide. By using sponge, put the mixture for 3 days straight into the cat’s coat and do not rinse it. Borax is considered as one of the amazing home remedies for cat mange.