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Thread: Cat health talk

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    Cat health talk

    Program Tablets are available in strengths for oral administration to dogs, puppies, cats and kittens 6 weeks of age and older according to their weight. This product is a once a month flavored tablet for dogs or cats that is used to prevent and control flea populations. This product does not kill adult fleas rather it controls flea populations by preventing the development of flea eggs.Program is 100% safe. Program Tablets contain lufenuron.

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    Re: Cat health talk

    Quote Originally Posted by tobiasschnell
    Program Tablets are available in strengths for oral administration to dogs, puppies, cats and kittens 6 weeks of age and older according to their weight. This product is a once a month flavored tablet for dogs or cats that is used to prevent and control flea populations. This product does not kill adult fleas rather it controls flea populations by preventing the development of flea eggs.Program is 100% safe. Program Tablets contain lufenuron.
    Is there any natural way to control flea populations? Because I don't want to use any chemical products for my pets (whether it is tablet or spray). I think that chemicals in any form can affect the health of my delicate pets.
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    Try rubbing them with peppermint leaves or peppermint oil. Peppermint is a natural way to detor fleas.
    We have a huge peppermint patch in our front yard, and the cat we have now (and all the cats we've had before him) have always went and layed in the peppermint patch and we never saw a single flea on any of them. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kris
    Try rubbing them with peppermint leaves or peppermint oil. Peppermint is a natural way to detor fleas.
    We have a huge peppermint patch in our front yard, and the cat we have now (and all the cats we've had before him) have always went and layed in the peppermint patch and we never saw a single flea on any of them. :)
    Yes I agree with this peppermint is a good kind of natural medicine for flea population.

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    Hi

    I also tried this for my cat ,peppermint works out.This is one of the benefits of pet lovers.

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    Peppermint treatment was really workout with my cat when it was suffering in flea populations.
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    Re: Cat health talk

    Ideally, pet owners should vacuum the house every second day or at least twice weekly. While adult fleas lay their eggs on pets, the eggs have a smooth surface and drop onto the floor fairly quickly. The places where pets sleep, rest and spend most of their time are therefore likely to have the highest number of immature fleas.

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    Re: Cat health talk

    Hi.

    I am also in favor of Peppermint treatment as its effects can be seen with in a short time span.

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    Re: Cat health talk

    Thank you very much for starting this information through this discussion. Really helpful to control flea populations. Both the tablet way and the natural way are quiet helpful. We can use any of these according to our choice and pet's health. I found it very useful.

 

 

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