Any cat can have parasites: it doesn’t matter if she walks on the street or not. Where fleas appear in a domestic cat, read the previous article. What to do if protecting the pet from infection fails? How to rid a cat of fleas?
Cat Fleas: Symptoms
It’s hard not to notice a cat’s fleas. Infection is asymptomatic only in the early days. But fleas breed quickly and cause the cat more and more anxiety. The pet begins to itch, often licks its hair, “bites” it in attempts to catch torturers. Bites and combs appear on the skin, and even black “grains of sand” – flea excrement. And, of course, direct confirmation is the parasites themselves. You can see them on an animal or even somewhere in the apartment.
If the cat is worried about itching, but you have not found traces of parasites, contact your veterinarian. Most likely, the pet has a dermatological disease. Continue reading