- Isolate your cat to one area of your home.
- Vacuum and spray home with anti tick and flea green solution.
- Treat your cat for tick and flea
Treating Your Cat
Give you cat an "anti flea bath." This often means you will have to wash your cat in a bathtub with water and flea shampoo. He may not like this but hey, its for his own good. Ensure that you try not to allow the tick and flea shampoo to get in the eyes of your cat. Cats naturally hat water and if you are not experienced in giving that feline a bath you may find it a bit difficult bathing your cat.
Drying and Combing
Dry your cat with its favorite cat towel. Place your cats between your legs and begin combing the ticks out. Do this in stages to ensure that you remove all those dead ticks from your little precious. Start by doing one side of its hairs before brushing through to remove the fleas and ticks from the other half. Brush slowly and regularly, ensure that the brush you use is suitable for the job and not too rigid for the skin of your cat. Trying not to pull out any hairs also. If you find ticks that the brush is unable to remove, a pair of pincers should finish the job fine. Ensure that when you use the pincer, you don't leave the head of the tick on the skin of your cat. This will eventually lead to sometimes serious infections.
Many times after ridding your home and cat from those parasites we see them returning as soon as they leave. Ensure that your home is protected with cat flea and tick control. This will ensure that your hard works sees longevity in riding you cat of these parasites and also blocking them from reentering your yard.
If you get a flea and tick shampoo or treatment online, check the fur every few days to be sure the fleas or ticks are gone. If you do see more fleas or ticks, quarantine your pet, and begin the whole process again. Hope this will help you quickly start killing fleas and ticks and get rid of fleas and ticks on your pets for good!
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