Cat lovers know that the average domestic outbred cat is more resistant to disease than a purebred. There have been cases where a cat, coming from hiking in the homestead, has brought up to six ticks on its neck and behind its ears. And nothing bad happened to him, he remained healthy. We don't talk about fleas - that, as they say, goes without saying. And worming is effective for a short time.
The vets recommend that you sanitise your cat once every 3 months. This is worming and insect prophylaxis.
Ticks and fleas
Parasites such as ticks and fleas in purebred pets are nonsense for an elite animal. The owner should be ashamed of himself if he allows this to happen. But no one is immune, as they can enter the flat through the ventilation or with the owners' shoes and clothes. Therefore, as soon as you notice that your pet is constantly itching, have it checked for parasites immediately. If found, proceed without delay to exterminate them. There are plenty of effective remedies on the market, so you will not have any problems with extermination.
You shouldn't think that if a flat animal eats dry food or canned food and doesn't socialise with outdoor animals, it can't have worms. Not at all. Worm eggs can even be carried indoors on shoes. So you should also worm your cat regularly once every three months.
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