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Fleas can become an infestation on your pet, in your home and leave your pet feeling itchy and messy. They are more likely to come in contact with outdoor cats, but these parasites can ride into your home with other pets or an uninvited rodent and affect a cat who is more likely to stay indoors.
A few common signs of flea infestation are:
If the issue persists, please consult a veterinarian for a cat flea treatment.
Spot Ons: Flea and tick prevention spot-ons are an effective for cats. Spot n should be applied on the shoulder blade of your cat, carefully part the hair at the centre and apply the spot-on on their skin.
It is important to apply the spot-on on their shoulder blades so that it is out of their reach, and that they don't swallow the medicine. Apply the spot every 3-4 weeks for effective results.
Sprays: Flea and tick sprays can be used on your pet's fur to prevent them. You can apply the spray on your cat's fur, being aware of their eyes and mouth.
Shampoos: Tick and fleas shampoo not only gets rid of ticks & fleas but also soothes and reduces hot spots and itchy, dry or irritated skin caused by flea bites, dandruff from your cat's coat. Tick and flea shampoos use natural ingredients to keep their coats soft, plush & shiny.
Collars: Tick and flea cat collars are an effective way to protect and defend against these parasites. They are waterproof that acts as a repellent to protect your cat.
You need to change the collar every 3-4 months for effective results.
To get rid of fleas at home, practice precautions similar to if you were dealing with bed bugs, lice or pests.
Persistence is the key to practice flea control on cats to get rid of them completely. Take all the necessary precautions and avoid an infestation which causes so much pain and discomfort to your furry baby.