how can i get rid of fleas on my long haired cat..help
i have a turkish while angora..and two domestic shorthairs..they are all indoor cats and are treated with frontline every 4 weeks..but the fleas seem to live in my angora..i dont think they bite him..i dont think they get thru his hair..hes a bitch to bathe..he hates to be brushed , he keeps himself very well groomed and up till now i never bothered to brush him..never had to..but i have to get rid of these fleas..the only solution i found is to shave him...i dont want to do that..hes too beautiful...i also wonder if the spot on treatments hurt him..he really flips out as soon as he sees the tube..im at my wits end here..ive treated my house..my other cats are fine..but he is always with me..and now im getting bit..does anyone have an answer besides shaving him..for now..another bath i suppose..and thats hell
Reply To: humnabuzz
Ahhh sorry to hear about your flea problem. It sounds like you are doing your very best. Maybe try a flea collar? My mother used those on her cat and she never had an issue. Good Luck!
Diamataceous Earth - food grade.. It's all natural, inexpensive and works. Google it to find out about it and all of it's benefits. You can also sprinkle it along the area where your carpet meets baseboard and leave it for several days before vaccuuming. This will help rid your house of fleas also.
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